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MISSISSIPPI: A THREAD THROUGH TIME

Freedom Summer

  • Aired: 08/20/2017
  • 01:00
  • Rating: NR
In the summer of 1964—Freedom Summer—hundreds of college students came to Mississippi. Their mission? To register African Americans to vote, at a time when blacks were systematically excluded from the political process.
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Hundreds of students came to Mississippi in 1964 to register African Americans to vote.
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