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Freedom Summer, or the Mississippi Summer Project, was a volunteer campaign in the United States launched in June 1964 to attempt to register as many African-American voters as possible in Mississippi.
Blacks had been cut off from voting since the turn of the century due to barriers to voter registration and other laws.
So, the plaintiff-spouse seeking a divorce based on circumstantial evidence of the other spouse’s adulterous misconduct retains the burden of proof at trial; instead of the burden shifting to the defendant-spouse to prove otherwise. In that case, the facts indicated that the wife admitted to having sexual relations with another man, traveled to Chicago with the man without telling her husband, and even used his birth date as her personal password.
Building on the efforts of 1963 (including the Freedom Ballot and registration efforts in Greenwood), Moses prevailed over doubts among SNCC and COFO workers, and planning for Freedom Summer began in February 1964.
Speakers recruited for workers on college campuses across the country, drawing standing ovations for their dedication in braving the routine violence perpetrated by police, sheriffs, and others in Mississippi.
In 1963, volunteers set up polling places in Black churches and business establishments across Mississippi.
After registering on a simple registration form, voters would select candidates to run in the following year's election. Edwin King of Tougaloo College and Aaron Henry, from Clarksdale, Mississippi.