In 1988, Trinity College hosted a conference titled "We shall not be moved: the life and times of the Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee, 1960-1966." The following videos, and conference program document the proceedings of this conference.

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Submissions from 1988

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Program "We Shall Not Be Moved" SNCC Conference, Trinity College

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SNCC Conference Pt. A "The new abolitionists and the modern South.", Trinity College

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SNCC Conference Pt. B. "The Redemptive Community : the sit-ins, the freedom rides, and the birth of S.N.C.C.", Trinity College

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SNCC Conference Pt. C "The beginnings of the voter registration movement, 1961-1963.", Trinity College

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SNCC Conference Pt. D (Continued from Part C): "The beginnings of the voter registration movement, 1961-1963.", Trinity College

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SNCC Conference Pt. E. "In the middle of the iceberg : the movement in Mississippi, 1964-1965.", Trinity College

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SNCC Conference Pt. F. "Oh freedom : the music of the movement", and Pt. G. "The S.N.C.C. woman and the stirrings of feminism.", Trinity College

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SNCC Conference Pt. G: "The S.N.C.C. woman and the stirrings of feminism.", Trinity College

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SNCC Conference Pt. H. "Alabama bound : Selma, and the Lowndes County Black Panther Party, 1964-1966.", Trinity College

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SNCC Conference Pt. I "The rise and triumph of Black power, 1965-1966.", Trinity College

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SNCC Conference Pt. J. "S.N.C.C., the 1960s, and the American Democratic Tradition.", Trinity College