Former sharecropper Fannie Lou Hamer's Congressional testimony is so powerful that President Johnson calls an impromptu press conference to get her off the air. But his plan backfires.
When Dave Dennis gave the eulogy at the funeral of James Chaney—who was killed along with two other civil rights workers in the summer of 1964—he offered an emotional plea.
"We accomplished some things, but we didn't do the whole job," Mark Levy.
Fannie Lou Hamer helped fight for better representation among Mississippi Democrats in 1964.