God's Long Summer: Stories of Faith and Civil Rights


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In the summer of 1964, the turmoil of the civil rights movement reached its peak in Mississippi, with activists across the political spectrum claiming that God was on their side in the struggle over racial justice. This book focuses on the events and religious convictions that led each person in the political upheaval of 1964 to believe as he or she did. 24 illustrations.

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