Eyes on the Prize Civil Rights Reader.
Chapter Five: “Mississippi: Is This America? (1962-1964)”
Introduction by Clayborne Carson
1. “Mississippi: 1961-1962″
2. “To Praise Our Bridges”
Fannie Lou Hamer
5. “Mississippi at Atlantic City”
Charles M. Sherrod
8. “To Mississippi Youth”
9. “From Protest to Politics: The Future of the Civil Rights Movement”
Chapter Six: “Bridge to Freedom (1965)”
Introduction by David J. Garrow
3. “A Letter from a Selma, Alabama, Jail”
Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Eyes on the Prize Civil Rights Reader.
Clayborne Carson et al. eds.
Chapter Two: “Fighting Back.”
Introduction by Darlene Clark Hine
Selection 1, Brown et al. v. Board of Education of Topeka et al.
Selection 3, “The Atlanta Declaration”
Selection 4, “Black Monday: Segregation or Amalgamation…America Has Its Choice.”
Selection 6, “The Long Shadow of Little Rock.”
Readings on the Rhetoric of Social Protest
Charles E. Morris III and Stephen Howard Browne eds.
“A Confrontation at Columbia: A Case Study in Coercive Rhetoric.”
James R. Andrews