Synopsis

Down in Mississippi

Down in Mississippi $10.99

Carlyle Brown

Published by Dramatists Play Service

2 Male 2 Female

Three college students - a black man, a white woman, and a white man - travel to the dangerous world of Mississippi in 1964 to register Negro voters

Along the way, they discover that before they can change the world, they will have to change themselves

Down in Mississippi is a celebration of a movement that gave birth to the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965

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