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On Sunday June 21 Michael Schwemer James Chaney and Andrew Goodman stood in the ruble of what was going to be their first freedom school The church they had organized it at had just recently allowed it They had a great fear that something like this could take place Now their church was nothing but a pile of ruble Several church members where beaten by Klansmen and the 3 men where now in danger The men who burned down the church were now looking for Schwerner Schwerner 24 and a social worker from NY had worked for CORE since January and became used to all the threats Schwerner had a short beard and in the South no respectable southern man wears facial hair The KKK had plotted to kill him as early as March but all attempts had failed Schwerners closest friend James Chaney had helped talk the Mount Zion Methodist Church to host the school Chaney 21 the eldest of a traveling plasterer and a domestic servant He had been suspended from school at 16 years for wearing a NAACP button By the time he was working for CORE he knew very well to keep quite about his views Its a very dangerous type of work for a black southerner Chaney who was behind the wheel when he and Schwerner left the church knew every aspect of the town The third man with them was Andrew Goodman who was also from NY and majored in anthropology This day was his first and last day to volunteer for the summer project Goodman participated in the march on Washington at 14 and by 16 picketed at Woolworths in NY to support the sit-ins When the three men left the church they were headed to Philadelphia Mississippi Just near the town limits they where stopped by the Neshoba County Deputy Sheriff Cecil Price Chaney was arrested for speeding and the others for the arson of
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