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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A group of correctional inmates work in a trench, while a man with a firearm watches from above.
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    • Robert Beech Papers, 1963-1972; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 945, Box 7 Folder 6;
    • Two black and white photographs. The first showing a group of unidentified African American men and women on a sidewalk conversing with Robert Zellner. Two African American males are seen with visible wounds and bandages. The second photograph...
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    • Martin family papers, 1964-1967; Historical Society Library Microforms Room, Micro 2056, P97-2731;
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • An African-American woman sits in a chair, while a man in the foreground holds a microphone for her to speaking in to.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A television set displays an image of a man seated at a desk covered in papers and microphones, likely at the 1964 Democratic National Convention where the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party(MFDP) sought to be seated as the delegates from...
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    • Martin family papers, 1964-1967; Historical Society Library Microforms Room, Micro 2056, P97-2731;
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    • Martin family papers, 1964-1967; Historical Society Library Microforms Room, Micro 2056, P97-2731;
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party. Lauderdale County (Miss.) records, 1964-1966; Historical Society Library Microforms Room, Micro 55, Reel 1, Segment 12
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    • Martin family papers, 1964-1967; Historical Society Library Microforms Room, Micro 2056, P97-2731;
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    • Lynd, Staughton : Staughton and Alice Lynd papers, 1938-2008
    • Three people working on a community construction project. All three support a beam, while the man in the foreground hammers a nail into it.
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    • Political Campaign Posters, 1838-1986
    • Campaign poster for Victoria Gray. She ran against the policies of white segregationist Senator John Stennis in the 5th District. Along with Fannie Lou Hammer, Annie Devine, and Aaron Henry, she helped found the Mississippi Freedom Democratic...
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party. Lauderdale County (Miss.) records, 1964-1966; Historical Society Library Microforms Room, Micro 55, Reel 1, Segment 16
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A woman in the foreground writes on a pad while a young woman looks on from a doorway.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Schools Convention (1964 : Meridan, Miss.) : Photographs, 1964
    • Bob (Robert) Moses speaking at the Freedom School Convention during Freedom Summer.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • An unidentified man with grey hair sits at a table with his hand on his forehead.
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    • Martin family papers, 1964-1967; Historical Society Library Microforms Room, Micro 2056, P97-2731;
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • Two men hold protest signs walk down a sidewalk past a white police officer who is holding a bullhorn at a Greenwood Freedom Day. In the background, a police vehicle is parked on the curb.
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    • Smith, Benjamin E. : Papers, 1955-1967
    • A line of protestors outside of a Woolworth's department store during Freedom Summer hold signs while law enforcement officers stand nearby. Two of the signs held by the protestors read 'Woolworth is Jim Crow Don't Buy' and '[...]Freedom NOW.'
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A man speaks into several microphones, while several people look on in the background.
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    • Social Action vertical file, circa 1930-2002; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 577, Box 47, Folder 16
    • A black and white photograph showing a close-up of a number of participants likely at a mass meeting clapping. Used as the cover in the SNCC pamphlet with the title, 'You Can Help'. Photographs credited to Danny Lyon.
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