1. For Mrs. Daisy Harris Wade: (April 22, 1931–October 29, 2014)
  2. p. 6
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  1. “Local People, Moving Forward”: Commemorating Freedom Summer for Generations Past, Present, and Yet Unborn
  2. Sherita L. Johnson
  3. pp. 7-11
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  1. The Conference
  2. p. 12
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  1. “If It Ain’t Local, It Ain’t Real!”: The 50th Anniversary of Freedom Summer at Southern Miss
  2. Sherita L. Johnson, Cheryl D. Jenkins
  3. pp. 13-31
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  1. Education for Liberation: Conference Keynote Address: Friday, 20 June 2014
  2. Charles E. Cobb Jr.
  3. pp. 32-42
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  1. Historical Reflection at Fifty
  2. p. 43
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  1. Unsung Heroes of 1964 Mississippi Freedom Summer
  2. David J. (“Dave”) Dennis Sr.
  3. pp. 44-50
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  1. Images from Freedom Summer, 1964
  2. Michael Edmonds, Stephen Haller
  3. pp. 51-63
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  1. Listening to Freedom’s Voices: Forty-Four Years of Documenting the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement
  2. Louis M. Kyriakoudes, Hayden Noel McDaniel
  3. pp. 64-78
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  1. “I Just Had a Fire!”: An Interview with Dorie Ann Ladner
  2. Emilye Crosby
  3. pp. 79-110
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  1. Teaching in Freedom Summer, Teaching About Freedom Summer
  2. p. 111
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  1. Teaching Freedom Summer
  2. J. Todd Moye
  3. pp. 112-114
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  1. “A Stalking Horse for the Civil Rights Movement”: Head Start and the Legacy of the Freedom Schools
  2. Beverly C. Tomek
  3. pp. 115-133
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  1. “It’s Open Season on Negroes”: Teaching the Past, Present, and Future of the Black Freedom Struggle
  2. Barbara Harris Combs, Jodi Skipper
  3. pp. 134-147
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  1. Freedom Summer and Its Legacies in the Classroom
  2. Nicole Burrowes, Laura E. Helton, LaTasha B. Levy, Deborah E. McDowell
  3. pp. 155-172
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  1. Literature of the Movement
  2. p. 173
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  1. What Are These Bodies Doing in the River?: Freedom Summer and the Cultural Imagination
  2. Brian Norman
  3. pp. 174-178
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  1. Literature of the Movement
  2. p. 196
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  1. “Living Proof of Something So Terrible”: Pearl Cleage’s Bourbon at the Border and the Politics of Civil Rights History and Memory
  2. Julius B. Fleming Jr.
  3. pp. 197-214
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  1. We Were All Pioneers: A Discussion with Simeon Booker
  2. E. James West
  3. pp. 215-223
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  1. Bibliography: Freedom Summer in the Cultural Imagination
  2. Brian Norman
  3. pp. 224-225
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  1. Literature of the Movement
  2. p. 226
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  1. The Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi ed. by Ted Ownby (review)
  2. Erin Boade
  3. pp. 227-230
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  1. This Nonviolent Stuff’ll Get You Killed: How Guns Made the Civil Rights Movement Possible by Charles E. Cobb (review)
  2. Justina Carmela Licata
  3. pp. 231-234
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  1. Literature of the Movement
  2. p. 235
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  1. The Conference Program: The “Freedom Summer 1964–2014 Conference” Program
  2. pp. 240-243
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  1. Freedom Summer, 1964–2014 Conference Planning Committee Members
  2. pp. 244-246
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  1. The Freedom Summer Housing Project: A Service-Learning Collaboration for USM Students, Faculty, Staff, and the Residents of Palmers Crossing
  2. pp. 247-249
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  1. Honor Roll of Freedom Summer Participants
  2. pp. 250-251
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 236-239
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