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Read this for a class a few years ago and have since read it a few times for fun. This was a great read! It fits in with the current times as well!Published 1 month ago by ML Treadway
these stories are terrifying to read. I would like to think I would have had this courage, but I doubt it. As an older female WASP it embarasses me for my race. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Joyanne Outland
Incredibly dense and eye-opening look at Freedom Summer. I thought I knew about this time in history, but I knew far too little.Published 2 months ago by Voracious Reader
I've never heard about the summer of 1964 and the author had a nice writing style, so the book started out great. It seemed to drag on in the middle though. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Thomas Kolodziejczak
I recommend this book to anyone who has ever participated in or questioned a movement of a marginalized minority standing up to be heard by the greater public. Read morePublished 4 months ago by BooksCooksLooks
This is a great book that taught me a tremendous amount about the personalities and tiny operational details that made up Freedom Summer — those, and the courageous idealistic... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Lucy Ke
Freedom Summer is a profoundly moving account of the civil rights movement of 1964 in Mississippi and the impact of that movement on national politics and the lives of those who... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Howard Lisnoff
Summer 1964, Mississippi, the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee [SNCC] organized the Freedom Project. Read morePublished 13 months ago by gerardpeter