Program, [6.25 x 9.5]. "Recognition, Resolution, Redemption: Uniting for Justice; June 20, 2004" -- p. .; "Recognition, Resolution, Redemption: Uniting for Justice; Neshoba County Coliseum; June 20, 2004; 2 p.m.; Invocation, Rev. Richard W. Holbert, First Presbyterian Church; Welcome, Hon. James Young, President, Nashoba County board of supervisors; Recognition of guests, Leroy Blemons, President, Neshoba County NAACP; Scripture reading, Rev. Kenan Ryan, Holy Cross Catholic Church; Acknowledgement of sacrifices; Resolutions calling for justice, Leroy Clemons, Jim Prince, Editor, The Neshoba Democrat, Hon Rayburn Waddell, Mayor, City of Philadelphia; 'Heal the world', Community choir; Oral history video; Speaker, Dorie Ladner; Speaker, Dick Molpus; Speaker, Alice Walker; Keynote speake [sic], Hon. William F. Winter; Closing remarks, Leroy Clemons; Benediction, Pastor Johnny Beckwith, Ivy Street Church of Christ; 6:00-7:30 Pilgrimage tours to Mt. Zion on buses. Two buses will leave the Coliseum beginning at 6:00 every thirty minutes until 7:00 p.m." -- p. .; Insert page, "Statement asking for justice in the June 21, 1964, murders of James Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner" -- p. [3-4].; "Memorial service for James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner; Mt. Zion United Methodist Church; 4 p.m.; Recognition of planning committee, Cecil Hooker; Invocation, Reverend Gary Hampton; Prayer, Rabbi Jonathan Miller; 'Lift every voice and sing', Congregation; Welcome; Reverend George E. Rush; Occasion, Valencia Morris; Candelighting and music, Mt. Zion Youth Choir; Methodist resolution, Bishop Kenneth Carder; Remarks by family, Ben Chaney; Remarks by family, Carolyn Gooman; Speaker, Alice Walker; Introduction of keynote speaker, William Winter; Message, Bishop Clay Lee; Recess wreath site to 'We shall overcome'; Wreath laying with speaker, David Dennis" -- p. .; Back includes a listing of the members of the Philadelphia Coalition, including a brief statement at the bottom, "The Philadelphia Coalition gratefully acknowledges the support of the city of Philadelphia, the Mississippi band of Choctaw Indians, the Neshoba County Board of Supervisors, the Community development partnership, and the William Winter Institute for Racial Reconciliation at the University of Mississippi" -- p. .