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Crossroads to Freedom connects the world with Memphis history through an archive of documents, newspapers, images and oral histories. Our goal is to empower Memphians to tell the stories of our city and region as a vital aspect of participation in the future of our community.

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Hearings before the United States Commission on Civil Rights
The hearings before the United States Commission on Civil Rights took place on June 25-26, 1962 in Memphis, Tennessee.
LeMoyne College Student Eyewitness Accounts -- March 28, 1968 March
Student papers from Professor Michael P. Johnson's students about the March 28, 1968 Sanitation Strike march.
Cotton Maker's Jubilee Programs
Programs from the Cotton Maker's Jubilee from the 1930's through 1990's, from the Memphis Public Library and Information Center Venson Collection.