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The Freedom Summer

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Josephine Effendi

on 9 April 2013

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Transcript of The Freedom Summer

Summer Freedom White people (some white people didn't want black people to vote but some white people did) What? The black people wanted to have voting rights. Where? Mississippi Who has
the power? Blacks What Human Rights were violated? Voting Rights When? 1964 Black people COFO ( Council Of Federated Organization ) Whites COFO What was the response to the conflict? The whites don't let black people have voting rights because of their skin color and the white people show it by burning down 37 black churches and bombed 30 black homes. Two vocabulary words reprisals - noun. : an act in return for harm done by another repression - noun. : the exclusion of painful desires, impulses, or fears from the conscious mind. Summary In 1964, at Mississippi black people wanted voting rights and that was the human right that was violated. The whites didn't let black people have voting rights because of their skin color and the white people show it by burning down 37 black churches and bombed 30 black homes. COFO was the Council Of Federated Organization. COFO helped the black people to get their voting rights. I think that white people was mean to black people, like why couldn't white people just let black people give them any voting rights at all. If blacks was in control and the whites didn't have voting rights, I KNOW that whites would be mad at blacks. Who? To Infinity and Beyond This was a freedom school. By: Josephine E. and Anahi G.S. Let black people vote! The whites mostly had the power because they didn't let black people to vote, so how can blacks have most of the power if they can't have voting rights. The whites mostly had the power because they didn't let black people to vote, so how can blacks have most of the power if they can't have voting rights.
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