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Learn about Freedom Summer 1964

Learn about Freedom Summer 1964
Less than 30 minutes

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Indiana University Center on Representative Government

Freedom Summer 1964 is a free digital interactive that explores key events surrounding the early years of the Civil Rights Movement, the 1964 Mississippi voter registration drive, and the eventual passage of both the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. It includes short videos, and an interactive exploration of photos and other primary sources from the era. Play on the Web or through an app store. In collaboration with the Library of Congress and Half Full Nelson, LLC.
Part of a collection of free civics interactives created by the Indiana University Center on Representative Government. All of them can be found here https://corg.iu.edu/resources/interactives/index.html

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