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Hope's kids : a voting rights summer / Alan Venable. [print]

By: Venable, Alan [author]Material type: TextTextPublication details: San Francisco : One Monkey Books, [(c)2017. Description: 218 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781940722023; 1940722020Subject(s): Civil rights movements -- South Carolina -- History -- 20th century | African Americans -- Civil rights -- South Carolina -- History -- 20th century | South Carolina | Southern StatesLOC classification: E185.93.H674 2017E185.93.S7.V447.H674 2017COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
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Gone to Carolina Richland Kershaw Calhoun Change gon' come Companions, friends, helpers.
Summary: "Spring 1965. In the wake of Selma, a bill is finally wending through Congress to end the rigged literacy tests and other devices in place since Reconstruction to keep southern blacks out of voting and government. At the same time, Dr. King's non-violent "wild man" Hosea Williams is laying the groundwork for hundreds of students to canvass the south in a summer voting rights project called SCOPE. Two dozen sign up at Brandeis, a vibrant young Boston area college, to work in South Carolina."--From the cover.
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Gone to Carolina Richland Kershaw Calhoun Change gon' come Companions, friends, helpers.

"Spring 1965. In the wake of Selma, a bill is finally wending through Congress to end the rigged literacy tests and other devices in place since Reconstruction to keep southern blacks out of voting and government. At the same time, Dr. King's non-violent "wild man" Hosea Williams is laying the groundwork for hundreds of students to canvass the south in a summer voting rights project called SCOPE. Two dozen sign up at Brandeis, a vibrant young Boston area college, to work in South Carolina."--From the cover.

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