Fitzwilliam Freedom Rider recalls '64
CINCINNATI — "There was grief because we knew they must be dead," said Jim Kates, now a writer and publisher in Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire. "And it happened in an area we considered the safest in Mississippi, so we realized it could happen to any of us."
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