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Mississippi / Voter Registration #217516

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jun 20, 1971
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(Studio) With Charles Evers running for governor, has been resumption of civil rights activity in Mississippi.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Tallahatchie Cnty., Mississippi) White voter registration workers register blacks for upcoming elections. [Black registration worker Robert WILLIAMS - says get help with guilt complexes from whites and from those wanting American system to work in all parts of US.] [Sheila O'FLAHERTY - says black registration workers often know more than white volunteers do; blacks on plantation still listen to whites more readily.] [Rev. Robert WALKER - tells black gathering can have black county sheriff.]
REPORTER: Robert Bahr

Bahr, Robert;
Mudd, Roger

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