Oral history with Amos and Sammie Lee Rogers; 1995
Description: Oral history.; Interview conducted December 14, 1995 with Amos and Sammie Lee Rogers. This interview discerns some of the unique characteristics of the north Mississippi civil rights movement, particularly in voting and voter registration drives. The Rogers also discuss school integration in Ripley, Mississippi, and the church as a site of mass meetings.
Creator: Clark, Gloria.; Rogers, Amos; Rogers, Sammie Lee
Date: 14 December 1995
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Collection: Mississippi Oral History Project: Rust College