Daphne Muse (150 Years of Women at Berkeley)
Might you know where I can find a rehab center for my country?
I Owe a Debt of Gratitude to the Civil Rights Movement
Our Week with Rosa Parks: Her Presence Remains a Gift in Our Hearts and Home
Leo Branton: A Sterling Brown Kind of Strong Man Who Litigated Freedom for Angela Davis
SNCC Should Have Won/Win a Nobel Peace Prize
Initial Ten Responses to Selma the Movie
Honoring Their Departure
Cynthia Stokes Brown Stood Firmly in Her Power and Honored Her Truth
A SNCC Education
You Are Your Ancestor's Wildest Dreams!
Jean Wiley: A Life Well Lived in a Liberated State of Mind
Daphne Muse Letters [Video ]
Daphne Muse: Documenting Black History [Video ]
As a student at Fisk University, I was recruited to come on board by Willie Ricks and work with SNCC. I provided clerical assistance, memeographed flyers and provided additonal information for student contacts. I also participated in Movement and anti-war rallies as a student.
But it was in my work at Drum & Spear Bookstore (DC) that I truly came to know, respect and value the true brilliance of SNCC veterans like Charlie Cobb, Joe Gross, Judy Richardson, Juadine Henderson, Courtland Cox, MiMi Hayes, Jeniffer Lawson, Jean Wiley and Ralph Feathersone. As they continued their organizing work in another forum/format, my activism and consciousness grew exponentially.