Talk:Lawrence A. Rainey

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The newly published (2010) "Freedom Summer" by Bruce Watson offers a readable, and documented, description of the actions of Sherrif Rainey in the context of the Mississippi summer of 1964 when Bob Moses (a Harvard grad himself) organized a large group of naive college students from the north to settle in Mississippi for the summer to register disenfranchised 'Negro' voters and to educate them and their children about Black history.

--Dropbydrop (talk) 21:54, 2 July 2010 (UTC)