In 1964, Bob Moses led an effort to bring 1000 mostly-white volunteers to Mississippi. Their job was to register African American voters and teach them about their civil rights through "freedom schools." Just before the project began, three volunteers disappeared - and were later found dead. Bob and one of the volunteers, Wally Roberts, talk to Dick Gordon what that summer meant to them.
- Hear a speech that inspired both Bob and Wally,
- Learn about the organization Bob founded,