Freedom Summer

Book – Non-fiction. By Bruce Watson. 2010. 384 pages.
A history of Freedom Summer, the pivotal period of the Civil Rights Movement in 1964 Mississippi.

  • Time Periods: People’s Movement: 1961 - 1974, 20th Century | Themes: Civil Rights Movements, Education, Organizing | Reading Levels: Adult | Resource Types: Books: Non-Fiction

freedom_summerThis remarkable chapter in American history is now the subject of Bruce Watson’s thoughtful, historical narrative. Using in-depth interviews with participants and residents, Freedom Summer presents finely rendered portraits of the courageous black citizens — and Northern volunteers — who refused to be intimidated in their struggle for justice, and the white Mississippians who would kill to protect a dying way of life.  [Publisher’s description.]

ISBN: 9780670021703 | Published by Viking Adult.

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