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|Title:||Conversations. [2007-10-23], Dr. Joseph Lowery : a conversation with Susan Hoffman|
A preacher, advocate and professional agitator - Joseph Lowery engages in a frank, intimate conversation about his early life in a racially charged Huntsville, Alabama, about his eye-opening years as a boy in Chicago and his first meeting with Martin Luther King.
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|Types:||Moving images | Interviews | Oral histories|
|Subjects:||Lowery, Joseph (Joseph E.) | African American civil rights workers--Georgia | Civil rights workers--Georgia | African American clergy--Georgia | Clergy--Georgia | African Americans--Politics and government | Race relations | Interviews--Georgia | Oral history--Georgia | Georgia | Alabama|
|Collection:||Institution:||Georgia Public Broadcasting||Contributors:||Georgia Public Broadcasting||Online Publisher:||[Atlanta, Ga.] : Georgia Public Broadcasting | 2005||Original Material:|
Forms part of the Georgia Public Broadcasting Digital Library
|Persistent Link to Item:||http://www.gpb.org/conversations/joseph-lowery|