Resources and Links

Here are resources shared during the Town Hall on July 9, 2020.

Host Committee

SNCC Legacy Project

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Upcoming event: Organizing Our Strength for Tomorrow: A Call to Gather on SNCC’s 6Oth Anniversary, June 3-5, 2021, Washington, D.C. Learn more and register

People and Organizations

These people and groups were mentioned during the town hall. Learn more from their profiles at the SNCC Digital Gateway. 

John Doar

Robert “Bob” Moses 

E. W. Steptoe

Jimmy Travis 

Voter Education Project

The Algebra Project

Learn about the work of the Algebra Project and The Young People’s Project

XQ Institute 

Learn about the XQ Institute.

Read the report, By the Numbers: A Case for the Civil Right of Education.

Watch Truth.Action.Reconciliation Series:  Conversation 1 – The Price We Have Paid

Teaching For Change

Viewer Nominated Resources 

Here are resources shared by participants in the chat box. Note that these have not been vetted by the QECR team.


Dana Blanchard, Policing Without the Police: Race, Technology and the New Jim Code:

James Conant, Slums and Suburbs:

Leanne Kang, Dismantled: The Breakup of an Urban School System: Detroit, 1980–2016:

Paul Lauter. Our Sixties: An Activist’s History

Recovering Untold Stories: An Enduring Legacy of the Brown v. Board of Ed Decision

“Racial Justice Bookshelf” (proceeds of which go to the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute):


Academic Support

American Mathematical Society:

Dana Center:

Math Mapper:



Community Voice

The #ATLStudentMovement Project:

Parents Who Lead: – student oral history program with a focus on McComb, Mississippi freedom rights elders

“We the People: Math Literacy for All” Alliance


Legal Advocacy

Marshall Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project:

Washington Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs in D.C.:


Community Building

Purpose Built Communities: