"No Place To Sit-In" Jennifer Lawson and Charlie Cobb on SNCC's Community Organizing in the Rural South
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In this episode we interview SNCC Veterans Jennifer Lawson and Charles “Charlie” Cobb. They discuss their experiences organizing in rural Mississippi and Alabama with SNCC in the 1960’s at the height of the era we know as the Civil Rights Movement.
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