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  1. Medgar Wiley Evers (July 2, – June 12, ) was an American civil rights activist from Decatur soybiseraraspedalmobeslikalmi.coinfo is best known for his work to overturn racial segregation in the United States in the s and early s. He was a World War II veteran.
  2. Never Too Late: A Prosecutor's Story of Justice in the Medgar Evars Case by Bobby DeLaughter Book Description: In June 12, , Mississippi's fast-rising NAACP leader Medgar Evers was gunned down by a white supremacist named Byron De La Beckwith. Beckwith escaped conviction twice at the hands of all-white Southern juries, and his crime went unpunished for more than three decades.
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  4. Jun 13,  · Michael Vinson William’s Medgar Evers: Mississippi Martyr seeks to tell the full story of the first nationally known freedom fighter assassinated during the civil rights movement of the s and s. Williams biography opens in Decatur, Mississippi the small predominantly white town where Evers was born in July His parents James & Jessie Evers.
  5. Jun 10,  · The Legacy of Medgar Evers Mississippi is a much-changed place since civil rights pioneer Medgar Evers was murdered there 40 years ago this .
  6. Medgar Evers, 37, Mississippi field secretary for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People was shot and killed in Jackson, Miss. early June 12,
  7. In a rare and historic exception to the white supremacist only voice on Mississippi radio and TV, NAACP field secretary Medgar Evers made a minute speech on WLBT on May 20, Medgar Evers .
  8. The loss of Medgar Evers was a serious blow to the civil rights struggle across the state. Gone were his imposing presence, compelling oratory, and committed leadership. In a mere eight years, Evers had advanced the civil rights struggle in Mississippi from a fledgling .

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