Local Mississippi leadership prepared themselves psychologically and militarily for Freedom Summer. The Ku Klux Klan rose up as one that April. Mississippi was on a hair trigger.
“There will always be a need to document the struggle," Herbert Randall.
"The line was drawn in the sand for blacks and whites... I decided to cross that line," Dorie Ladner.
"We accomplished some things, but we didn't do the whole job," Mark Levy.