|Elizabeth Sutherland Martinez (ed.)
|Letters from Mississippi
|[S.l.] : [s.n.]. 1965
|The book Letters from Mississippi [edited by Elizabeth Sutherland Martinez] has reached me and I am reading it. Needless to give expression to the deep feelings which it inspires. It is a most important book, and bears witness to a work of courage far greater than can be measured simply by material results. The historic summer project of 1964 will remain an eternal credit to SNCC and to all those who participated in it. Especially those who gave their lives in it.I think it is a very good thing to get this book circulating these days to remind white people that they haven't been polarized out of the freedom movement, since it is a movement for their freedom too. That point, I think, should not get buried.
|The Road to Joy: Letters to New and Old Friends.; Edited by Robert E. Daggy. / [S.l.] : Flame. 1990, p. 344
|Link to Merton's Copy
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