In the wake of the Mississippi “Freedom Summer” of 1964 and similar drives to register black voters in other Southern states, many African Americans suffered the loss of their jobs and homes as retaliation for registering to vote. In December of 1965, Father Francis X. Walter, an Episcopal priest and civil rights activist, was driving […]
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