Articles Tagged 'Freedom Summer Murders'
Nanih Waiya Indian Mennonite Church was a congregation of Choctaw Mennonites in Neshoba County that suffered three bombings between September 1964 and December 1966. The bombings took place against the backdrop of the Freedom Summer murders of James Chaney, Andrew […]
Andrew Goodman (1943-1964) was a participant in the Freedom Summer movement of 1964. He originally got his start in the civil rights movement after graduating from Walden School. He was from the Upper West Side of New York; however, he […]
Born and raised in Neshoba County, James Young was the only black sixth grader at Neshoba Central Elementary School in 1967. He and several other children integrated Neshoba County schools under the “Freedom of Choice Plan.”He went on to become […]