Jewish groups are remembering Andrew Goodman, Michael Schwerner and James Chaney, on the 50th anniversary of their murders in Mississippi.
This weekend marked the 50th anniversary of the murder of three civil rights workers during the 1964 Freedom Summer. Why aren’t Jews honoring them?
Bend the Arc and a foundation named for slain civil rights activist Andrew Goodman are teaming to help protect voting rights and promote civic engagement.
In 1964, two young Jewish New Yorkers, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwermer, along with black native Mississippian James Chaney, were brutally murdered by members of the Ku Klux Klan.