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And I said no Lord : a twenty-one-year-old in Mississippi in 1964.

Author: Joel Katz
Publisher: Tuscaloosa : University of Alabama Press, 2014.
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In And I Said No Lord, photographer and writer Joel Katz presents a pictorial chronicle of his travels through the shifting islands of fear and loss, freedom and deliverance that was segregated Mississippi during the Freedom Summer of 1964. In June 1964, college student Joel Katz boarded a Greyhound bus in Hartford, Connecticut, for Jackson, Mississippi. He carried few possessions-- a small bag of clothes, a written  Read more...
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Katz, Joel, 1943-
And I said no Lord : a twenty-one-year-old in Mississippi in 1964.
Tuscaloosa : University of Alabama Press, ©2014
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Joel Katz
ISBN: 9780817387648 0817387641 9780817318338 081731833X
OCLC Number: 882764536
Description: 1 online resource (187 pages)
Contents: Introduction --
In the capitol ; Urban and rural --
At RC's ; Community institutions : cafe, barber shop, pool hall, church --
Interview with the Citizen's Councils of America ; Contrast and conflict --
Clarence's story ; At home : Vicksburg and Ruleville --
In the Streamline and Maggie's ; The street and the field --
Notes on the photographs --
Afterword.

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"In "And I Said No Lord", we venture with twenty-one-year-old Joel Katz (no relation), then a Yale undergraduate, into Mississippi during the fraught summer of 1964. His focus is not the horrific Read more...

 
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