History versus the Movies: Mississippi Burning
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The murders of three brave civil rights workers, James Chaney, Mickey Schwerner, and Andrew Goodman, changed America forever. The killings, which inspired the movie “Mississippi Burning,” shocked the nation and caused LBJ and the U.S. Congress to finally guarantee voting rights for all Americans. Did the movie get it right? Barry Bradford speaks and leads this discussion.