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  8 New York, NY
Freedom Riders arrive in New York;
Registration June 8 and 9th
Gospel Concert - New York City and surrounding area
  10 Philadelphia, PA Cheyney University, 6/10 am.  
    Washington, DC Howard University, 6/10 pm.  
  11 Hampton, VA Hampton University and surrounding area

Hampton Voter Jam 2004

  12 Greensboro, NC
10:30 A.M.
Greensboro Truth & Community Reconciliation Project (GTCRP)
Swearing in of Truth and Reconciliation Commission, the first of it's kind in U.S.  
The Depot, 236 E. Washington St, Greensboro
  13 Columbia, SC Columbia Voter Jam 2004  
  14 Atlanta, GA and Voter registration in Atlanta and surrounding area, including Chattanooga, TN.  
  15 Chattanooga, TN Return to Atlanta evening of 6/15

Atlanta Voter Jam 2004

  16 Birmingham, AL and surrounding area  
  17 Montgomery, AL and Selma, AL Selma Voter Jam 2004  
  18 Meridian, MS and surrounding area  
  19 Jackson, MS and surrounding area  
  20 Philadelphia, MS "Unsettling Memories: Culture and Trauma in the Deep South" - Honoring Ben Chaney and Carolyn Goodman - Tougaloo College

"Across The Tracks" Voter Registration Drive

Cande Light Vigil on Court House steps.

  21 Meridian, MS Memorial Service - Okatibbee Missionary Baptist Church

Meridian Voter Jam 2004 - Dupont Plaza

Freedom Summer 2004 Worship Rally - First Union Baptist Church

  22 Baton Rouge, LA and surrounding area  
  23 Money, MS Mt. Moriah Baptist Church

Tree planting in honor of Emmit Till

    Cleveland, MS Tree planting in Honor of Robert F. Kennedy

Cleveland Miss Voter Jam 2004

  24 Memphis, TN and surrounding area  


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