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FREEDOM SUMMER: THE COMPLETE STAGE VERSION
by William Tucker

In 1961...

Civil Rights pioneer Robert Moses had gone into McComb, Mississippi, the most dangerous town in the state, all by himself to register voters. He and his fellow SNCC organizers toiled for three years across the South at great personal danger, enduring numerous
threats and beatings and spent countless days and weeks in jail. They achieved only marginal success, however, until they were joined by 700 northern college students who journeyed to Mississippi for the Freedom Summer Project of 1964. Together their efforts broke the back of Jim Crow society, - but not before three of their number - James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner - were murdered.

Freedom Summer is a dramatization of these events, written by former Mississippi volunteer William Tucker.

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