When May and Charles Thompson joined the hundreds of other Americans headed south during the summer of '64 for a massive voter registration drive, their lives changed forever. Campus activism had been met with calls to their parents and threats of expulsion, but in Mississippi the stakes were much higher. White supremacists responded with violence that left three civil rights workers dead, many wounded.
Now in 1995, 30 years later, the couple still searches for ways to heal from the damage done them. Unable to confide even in her best friend Rosa St. John about the spirits that haunt her, ...Read More