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Frame 79: Freedom!

Frame 79: Freedom!
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Title: Frame 79: Freedom!
Description: A young man at a nighttime rally (perhaps at a demonstration during the Democratic National Convention in Atlantic City) in support of the MFDP. Behind him people carry placards with portraits of James Earl Chaney and Andrew Goodman, two of the three civil rights volunteers who were murdered during Freedom Summer of 1964.

Image ID: 98097
August 1964 
City, State: Atlantic City, New Jersey
Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
Genre: Photograph
Filmstrip produced by the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (MFDP) during Freedom Summer, frame 79 of 79
Subjects: Portraits
African Americans
Outdoor photography
Clothing and dress
Civil rights
Signs and signboards

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