50 results found for: name:"Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.)"

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1964

Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.)

S.N.C.C. Freedom Songs

Atlanta (Ga.) - Songs and guitar chords for freedom songs.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1964

Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.)

The Poor People's Corporation

Cambridge (Mass.) - An explanation of the "Poor People's Corporation", an organization "formed for the purposes of enabling low-income people to receive financial and technical assistance." Includes why it was formed, how it works, and how to join.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1966 Jan. 7

Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.)

The murder of Samuel Young, S.N.C.C. worker

Boston (Mass.) - Samuel Young, a 22-year-old S.N.C.C. worker was murdered at a gas station in Tuskegee, Alabama.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1962

Engel, John P.

Civil rights march in downtown Cairo, Illinois

Illinois - Civil rights marchers march past two uniformed police officers and a hotel in Cairo, Illinois. Mailbox and cars in foreground. Cairo, Ill. Demonstration organized by SNCC.

Stephen L. Saltonstall Photograph Collection

1962

Engel, John P.

Civil rights march in downtown Cairo, Illinois

Illinois - Group of white and Black civil rights demonstrators marching past Blankenship and Co. auto parts store and IGA supermarket in downtown Cairo, Ill. Several cars are parked in background. Woman on crutches in at the head of the march. Demonstration organized by SNCC.

Stephen L. Saltonstall Photograph Collection

1964 July 14

Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.)

Freedom News: Volume 1, Number 3

Holly Springs (Miss.) - Published by the "Holly Springs Freedom School." Includes articles such as "why the Negro of Mississippi should vote."

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1962

Engel, John P.

Civil rights demonstration, Cairo, Illinois

Illinois - Group of white and Black civil rights demonstrators, gathering outside a brick building in Cairo, Ill. Demonstration organized by SNCC.

Stephen L. Saltonstall Photograph Collection

1962

Engel, John P.

Civil rights marchers with signs in downtown Cairo, Illinois

Illinois - Civil rights demonstration, Cairo, Ill. Signs read "Jim Crow must go" and "We demand our rights," "We shall overcome," and "Segregation is evil." Civil rights picket line, Cairo, Ill. Signs read "Jim Crow must go" and "We demand our rights," "We shall overcome," and "Segregation is evil." Demonstration organized by SNCC.

Stephen L. Saltonstall Photograph Collection

1962

Engel, John P.

Civil rights demonstrators with signs in Cairo, Illinois

Illinois - Civil rights demonstrators, Cairo, Ill.: signs read "We demand Human Relations Council", "Join the march for freedom" and "Love is our motto". Demonstration organized by SNCC.

Stephen L. Saltonstall Photograph Collection