Guyot, Lawrence interviewed by Joseph Sinsheimer, 1987 May 4

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SNCC field secretary from Mississippi. Interview with Sinsheimer. Guyot discussed: Amzie Moore's role in the Delta civil rights movement; development of Greenwood, MS voter registration campaign, 1962-1963; arrest of the Greenwood SNCC staff in 1963 by white authorities; the role of Ed Cothran in the Greenwood campaign; the role of black women in the Mississippi movement; the role of Tougaloo College in the development of civil rights activity in Hattiesburg, MS, 1962-1963; the success of the Freedom School program in Hattiesburg; the credential challenge by the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party in 1964; SNCC's focus or lack of focus on economic issues in Mississippi in the mid-1960s; the correlation between information and power; the development of the Delta Ministry in Mississippi; how to avoid movement "burnout"; the 1988 presidential election.

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