Crossing Border Street

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American History

 

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James N

 

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May 22, 2014

 

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University

 

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A

 

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In the summer of 1966 Peter joined forces with the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) in Louisiana. As many Euro-American civil rights workers, he saw himself as a hero. He thought that he could make a difference by helping defenseless Southern Afro-Americans. “As did most civil rights workers who came down South in the sixties, I carried with me a rather unsophisticated, if not downright simplistic, model of race relation...
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I saw the movement in stark black and white terms. We were doing God’s work; we were on the side of the angel. We were changing the world.” (7) Peter “was assignment to Lawyer Constitutional Defense Committee (LCDC) office in New Orleans.” (14) His primary job was to help interview and write up depositions in order to take back to the lawyers involved in the cases...
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