The Wrong Side of Murder Creek

THU, JAN 22, 2009 (46:08)

Bob Zellner’s memoir, The Wrong Side of Murder Creek: A White Southerner in the Freedom Movement, reveals one man’s commitment to social justice during the civil rights movement. Zellner focuses on his experience as a civil rights activist from 1960 to 1967. Bob Zellner lives and teaches in New York state. Atlanta-based co-author Constance Curry is also a civil rights veteran and has written several books and produced a documentary film.

Margaret Mitchell House & Museum
Eyes on the Prize
Civil Rights Movement Series