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How Dick Gregory Forced The FBI To Find The Bodies Of Three Civil Rights Workers Slain In Mississippi

The late Dick Gregory, comedian, political candidate, civil and human rights activist, was a hero, never adequately honored.  Click here to read the article by David Dennis, Jr., whose father was Mississippi director for the Congress of Racial Equality during…

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Not In Our Town 2014 Activities Highlighted in Town Topics

Some of the 2014 activities of Not In Our Town earned mentioned in the December 31, 2014 issue of the Town Topics. Freedom Summer 2014 marked the 50th anniversary of Freedom Summer and many in Princeton recalled their participation in…

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Freedom Summer: 50 Years Later. Letter to the Editor

U.S.1: To the Editor Freedom Summer: 50 Years Later This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Freedom Summer Project, the nonviolent effort by civil rights activists to integrate Mississippi’s segregated political system. Princeton was fortunate to have Robert Moses,…

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Freedom Summer Exhibit Moved to the Arts Council

The Freedom Summer exhibit, on loan from the Wisconsin Historical Society, has opened at the Arts Council of Princeton, Paul Robeson Center for the Arts, 102 Witherspoon Street, where it will be on display though Sunday, December 21. Hours: Sat 12/13:     9-5 Sun…

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Linda Arntzenius: NIOT coverage

Thanks to Linda Arntzenius, freelance reporter, for her Town Topics coverage of Freedom Summer programs. So far: ** Her excellent account of the talk by Bob Moses on Sunday, November 16. ** A profile of Princeton activist Mary Stevens, who…

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