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From the Miller (Michael J.) Civil Rights Collection. Report by Terry Cannon on the status of The movement, a newspaper described in the report as SNCC's only regular publication. Cannon describes the status of the paper and lays out goals for the future, including changes in mailing and publication methods.

8 July 1966

Transcribed copy of a typewritten letter from Jill Wakeman (Goodman) to friends, dated July 8, 1966, in which she discusses her friendship with Mrs. Simms, her hostess in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. She also includes details about her experiences working with the movement, Vernon Dahmer, the Ku Klux Klan, and violence towards African Americans. Includes her personal observations about poverty, welfare, and living conditions for African Americans in Mississippi.

8 July 1966

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