Remembering ... In Disbelief
A visitor to The Center for Civil and Human Rights Museum in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, reads and remembers pain, agony and sacrifice by courageous activists such as the three men featured, over-the-shoulder, in the Missing Poster.
The murders of James Earl Chaney from Meridian, Mississippi, and Andrew Goodman and Michael "Mickey" Schwerner became an impetus for President John F. Kennedy and a nation to end redeemer legacy of Jim Crow and segregation. This crime was the pivotal event for the investigative film, "Mississippi Burning."