SOURCE: Black Perspectives
"It’s important to remember that activists of the 1960s were dealing with rampant misinformation too. In many cases, this misinformation was being spread by the state."
SOURCE: The Revealer
by Daniel José Camacho
Keisha N. Blain discusses her upcoming book on the life and activist legacy of Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party leader Fannie Lou Hamer, and its relevance to both grassroots politics and the fight to protect voting rights today.
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