Browse Exhibits (10 total)
The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee’s (SNCC) pamphlet calling for a scrutiny of the acts of Mississippi’s State government, on the grounds of perpetuating genocide.
J. Edgar Hoover's letter to the Justice Department describing the FBI's jurisdiction after rampant violence in Mississippi.
SNCC Pamphlet describing the practice and merits of nonviolence from the perspective of the Mississippi Freedom Summer.
A retrospective on Virginia's massive resistance to federal integration orders led by segregationist Senator Harry F. Byrd.
A report published by the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee discussing and analyzing demographic information for Mississippi with a focus on population changes due to civil rights tensions.
An overview of the main figures, events, and outcomes of Virginia's Massive Resistance camapign from 1954 through the 1960s
An analysis of the relationship between the Civil Rights Movement and the media industry.
The 1966 Virginia Democratic Primary campaigns of Harry F. Byrd, Jr. and Armistead L. Boothe reveal a distinct shift in the Virginia electorate that would effect the future of Virginia politics.
A history of the conception and development of the planned community of Reston, Virginia. Originally concieved as an experiement in mixed-income, racially integrated city planning, Reston ultimately failed to realize some of its more utopic possibilities.