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Document and introductory commentary added by Michelle Moravec March free online courses in Washington Elaine Delott Baker was one of about a thousand northern students Fort Lauderdale girls looking for sugar daddies percent of them white who went to Mississippi in the "Freedom Summer" of These boxes lay largely unexplored until DeLott Baker organized their contents for this project.

Soon they will be available to researchers at the Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America. We've kept our focus wide, believing that the social movement was an important actor in Elaine DeLott's story. Elaine DeLott matured from a smart college junior into a seasoned community organizer and young adult while participating in the seismic shift that changed American history by changing Mississippi history in and In that process she co-authored one of the al documents that helped to shape the re-emergence of feminism in the s--"Position Paper 24," which historians have named "the Waveland Memo," anonymously submitted for discussion in November at a SNCC staff meeting in Waveland, Mississippi See Document Using DeLott Baker's recovered papers and viewing events in Mississippi through her eyes, this document project seeks to clarify the position paper's authorship and by analyzing its text, situate the Waveland document more fully within the larger contours of American history as well as the history of American feminism.

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Perhaps because the memo was first presented anonymously, historians have not found it easy to identify its authors. The memo's social origins have remained until now fun date night ideas Newark of a mystery. Sara Evans's book, Personal Politics: the Roots of Women's Liberation in the Civil Rights Movement and the New Leftlaunched historians' interest in the memo, emphasized the importance of the Pensacola girl for free in the SNCC community and the memo, and reprinted both the and versions of the memo.

We add here the ificance of "freedom" as a movement goal, the biographical perspectives of the memo's authors, and an analysis of the memo's text. Breines considers the memo a white project, but, more interested in race relations than the memo itself, she does not examine the parallel forms of gendered protest arising at the time when the memo was written. This Introduction has six parts, each of which brings a different perspective to the assembled documents.

Part IV analyses the text of the Waveland Memo. Part VI reviews the life of the memo in history and memory. Black young people, mostly college students, risked their promising futures and their lives to end racial exploitation and the violence that sustained it in the American South.

SNCC began as a coordinating committee for the sit-in movement inand shifted in to work on Lansing MI law dating registration in local communities, there partnering with local Black leaders in new forms of activism, democratic practice and resistance.

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How did young white women like Elaine DeLott get involved? Traditional patterns of religious and secular philanthropy drew her and others to Mississippi; she arrived in Mississippi as part of a foundation grant that sent Harvard University students to be supplemental summer school faculty at Tougaloo College, a historically Black institution founded by northern missionaries inin Tougaloo, Mississippi, a suburb of Jackson, the state capital. See Documents 11A and 11B.

Yet DeLott and others in her generation were already launched on a path of personal and social change, and under the pressure of war-like conditions in Mississippi, she and woman looking for sex Ann Arbor MI broke away from those traditional patterns and sought new forms of social action. Her documents assembled here show that SNCC activists--white and Black--confronted danger and violence in ways that fostered their ongoing personal transformation as well as social change.

See headnotes to Documents 22 - DeLott grew up the youngest of three sisters in a working-class Jewish Muskegon white dating in Winthrop, Massachusetts, north of Boston.

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Three of her four grandparents were from Eastern Europe. Her father left school in the 8th Collins digby dating to help support his family, working as a plumber's helper. Her maternal grandmother, Esther, lived downstairs and modeled high ethical standards, never gossiping, reading the Bible every day, and always scrupulous in human relationships.

Her parents' residence in Georgia before she was born prompted her to write their African-American cook, who responded with a letter that DeLott kept as a link to her family's time in the South. Jews creative dates Alaska a minority in DeLott's Irish- and Italian-Catholic neighborhood in Winthrop, "and there were very strict separations," she later remembered.

It relegated her family to second-class status because they were poor, and as she developed an early sensitivity to the injustice of judging people by their material wealth. Elaine excelled at Hebrew School and during high school attended classes at Hebrew Teachers' College in Brookline, Massachusetts, where a mentor encouraged her to apply to Harvard-Radcliffe. Admitted to Radcliffe, she postponed Dakota us dating to spend a year in Israel and lived on a kibbutz where she witnessed and imitated the example of women's social leadership and sexual autonomy.

But, dissatisfied with Zionism as a political project, she ended her affiliation with it upon her return home. At Harvard-Radcliffe, Elaine studied social relations, philosophy and race relations. In her third year, Radcliff reprimanded her in the wake of her arrest by the Cambridge police, who had walked into an apartment where she was staying with a Harvard boyfriend over Christmas break, an experience that alienated her from the values of the college administration and prompted her to leave Cambridge in the spring of She ed a group of recent Harvard graduates and graduate students, in a bi-racial project at Tougaloo College.

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A few weeks after she arrived SNCC activists contacted her there. One idea was to ask volunteers to collect data about life among Black Mississippians. Having heard about DeLott's undergraduate work with a survey of Boston's Black community in Roxbury, they asked her to de a survey for the summer volunteers. See Document Still working on the divorced dating in Erie PA when the SNCC staff left for the training sessions at Oxford, she ed them on the bus and thereby became a de facto SNCC staff member for the duration of the orientation.

See headnote to Document From that day forward Elaine DeLott and other white northerners knew that their race would not protect them from the brutal violence that defended the white power structure in Mississippi.

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They also knew that their work in Mississippi was now receiving national attention. Walter Cronkite's CBS newscast broadcast on June 25,called the disappearances "the focus of the whole country's concern. One measure of the historic dimensions of SNCC's work in the front line of the Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi--and a gauge Atlantic City women dating foreign men what they and their allies in local Black communities achieved by confronting the violence of the Mississippi racial order--was the enactment in and of the most important civil rights legislation since Reconstruction.

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On July 2, Congress passed and President Johnson ed the Civil Rights Act ofwhich defended voting rights; prohibited discrimination in public facilities and public education; extended the Commission on Civil Rights "to prevent discrimination in federally assisted programs;" prohibited discrimination in employment based on "race, color, religion, sex, or national origin;" and established the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

Of course these legislative achievements resulted from decades of dedicated effort, but the crisis atmosphere of the summer of gave advocates new energy and set opponents on the defensive. These two laws Paterson vs australian dating American history in fundamental ways.

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But for those on the ground in Mississippi, whose activism Henderson blossom dating service so much to prompt them, change was hard to measure. Imbedded continuities in race relations were more powerful than any effects of federal legislation.

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Three aspects of the social movement that Elaine DeLott ed in June shaped her experience in Mississippi, including her co-authorship of the "Waveland Memo. Second, "freedom" became the movement's defining principle because it linked that personal transformation with wider political goals.

Third, expanded activities of Freedom Summer, which were bolstered by an increased of Black staff and very many more northern white volunteers, created strains in the best Yonkers NY to find girls resources, its interracial communication, and internal decision making, prompting SNCC leaders to reconfigure their strategies in the fall of ; "Black Power" was coalescing as a political position, and the ongoing inclusion of white activists was being reassessed.

The founding of SNCC in marked the entrance into public life for many Black college students, who, ed by a small of non-Black college students inand larger s of whites inbrought talented young people together in what became an autonomous organization that was i need a date to a Yonkers run by their elders.

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Sociologist Doug McAdam argued in Freedom Summer that protest became normative for this generation of students in Black colleges around In sit-ins and freedom rides, SNCC was the organization that coordinated actions. Its constitution declared:. These religious ideals inspired effective strategies in the sit-in campaigns ofwhich sought access to public dating in Celeste. But the stakes were higher in SNCC's voter registration campaigns ofand "freedom" became the watchword of the movement, as well as the group's reason for being.

With find girl for couple in Boston Ma voter registration campaign ofSNCC activists entered a war zone. White vigilantes used firearms and other forms of violence to subjugate African Americans and they in turn defended themselves with firearms. Much was at risk. The registration campaign challenged the stability of one of the most powerful political regimes in the United States--white congressional Democrats of the southern "Black Belt.

This garnered benefits for their economic and political order, including the continued tolerance of the virtual enslavement of Black labor.

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Mississippi was still dominated by plantation agriculture and lacked industrial cities like Birmingham in Alabama and Atlanta in Georgia. Determined to resist the changes underway elsewhere in dating mature Santa Barbara CA South, the state legislature did not respond to the Brown decision untilwhen it privatized white public schools. Economic historian Gavin Wright has shown that the southern economy changed due to the civil disobedience of Black southerners and government action spurred by the Civil Rights Movement, not the gradual evolution of economic growth.

In the summer ofthe police force in Jackson prepared for the arrival of Freedom Summer volunteers and their voting rights campaign with a show hookup id Detroit Michigan MI force; a group photo showed them and the city's mayor equipped meet girls Elk Grove an armored tank, motorcycles and horses. The addition of hundreds of northern white college students to SNCC's voter registration campaign in the summer of served multiple purposes.

Historian Wesley Hogan pointed to the range of northern assets they brought with them. We have to break this image. We can only do this if they see white and black working together, side by side. Gender and sexuality were central to Collins guy dating asian construction of white supremacy.

Intermarriage between whites and Blacks was illegal in all former Confederate states and white juries condoned the pd preservation of white "blood" lines through brutal repression of anything that could be interpreted as Black men's sexual interest in white women. When Chicago teenager Emmett Till came to visit family in Mississippi inhe was tortured and murdered for reportedly whistling at a white woman in Money, Mississippi, and an all-white jury acquitted the killers.

Till's mother made his murder a national cause but white rule retained a tight grip on the reins of power in Mississippi.

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Many SNCC activists in Mississippi considered themselves "the Emmett Till generation," having as teenagers absorbed the anguishing details of his death and his mother's passionate protest. This violent reality explains why SNCC's dedication to justice, love and non-violence led to their adoption of "freedom" as the group's mantra.

The term was introduced to the movement in to describe i know that girl free Point TX Riders," when SNCC and the Congress of Racial Equality CORE organized mixed racial groups on interstate bus routes to challenged local laws or customs that enforced segregation in seating. Riders of both races were savagely beaten when they arrived at Birmingham, Alabama, as local police looked on. Elsewhere they were sentenced to prison chain gangs.

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In Jackson, Mississippi, the last stop in the Freedom Rider route, black and New York dating were routinely jailed after stepping off the bus. At the height of the movement in the summer ofnearby jails were filled with riders and were incarcerated at the notorious Mississippi State Penitentiary.

By SNCC had adopted "freedom" as its brand. A Freedom Primer carried African American history into those schools.