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The Williamston Freedom Movement: Civil Rights at the Grass Roots in Eastern North Carolina, 1957-1964

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An examination of the Williamston Freedom Movement, that began with a 32 consecutive-day period in the summer of 1963 and continued into the following year. African Americans held nightly meetings, formulated sweeping demands, and participated in dozens of marches and sit-ins that included a school boycott of segregated education and an economic boycott of white-owned business in Williamston.
North Carolina Historical Review (NoCar F251 .N892), Vol. 76 Issue 1, Jan 1999, p1-42, il, por, map, f