This is an account of the Prattville incident that appeared in The Movement Newsletter. In June of 1967, while Stokely Carmichael was speaking in Prattville, Alabama, he was arrested by local police for "Disorderly Conduct". The KKK rode into town and started drive by shooting. Black men returned fire. Rumors floated that Carmichael was going to be lynched. During the night, the police and KKK surrounded the house of Dan Hauser, NAACP leader in Prattville where a gathering of Civil Rights supporters was taking place. More gunfire was exchanged. At 4AM, Police came in and arrested 9 more people, including SNCC Executive Secretary Stanley Wise and Theophilus Smith, among others.
Link to the Movement Newsletter July 1967 The Movement Newsletter was published out of San Francisco and was affiliated with SNCC.
(This link will take you to the "Freedom Archives Search Engine". The Prattville story begins on page four of the July 1967 issue.)