Mississippi since the civil rights movement?

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Mississippi since the civil rights movement?

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Oct 8, 2006, 4:45pm

(Cross posted to Can you recommend.....)

I recently read John Dittmer's excellent Local people : the struggle for civil rights in Mississippi and Neil R. McMillen's Dark journey : black Mississippians in the age of Jim Crow is on my up-next shelf. But there seems to have been very little written on the state of African American rights and life since the civil rights movement. Is anyone aware of a good book on this recent history?