Medgar Evers

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Heinemann-Raintree Library, 2012 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
"Explore the life of Medgar Evers in this fascinating biography. Richly supported by photos, art work, and a family tree, readers will come away with an enhanced understanding of an important figure in American history."
 

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Contents

Contents
4
From Soldier to Activist
14
The Fight for Civil Rights
20
M Is for Mississippi and Murder
26
The Murder of Medgar Evers
32
After Medgar No More Fear
38
Glossary
44
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DOB: 10.29.1960LOC: Ann E. Weil