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|Creator:||Bond, Julian, 1940-|
|Title:||Interview with Julian Bond, September 14, 1997|
|Date:||1997 Sept. 14|
Interview with Julian Bond, September 14, 1997 conducted by Catherine Fosl.
Julian Bond is an African American politician, a leading social activist in the Civil Rights Movement, a professor, a writer, an original founder of SNCC, the first president of the Southern Poverty Law Center, and the current chairman of the NAACP. In this interview, Bond begins by discussing his initial impressions of both Bradens and their brainchild SCEF, perceptions that were often laced with the "taint" of Communism. He also outlines the evolution of Anne's relationship with SNCC both as an individual and through SCEF. Perhaps more particularly, Bond highlights Anne's role as a vital source of media connections for SNCC, and the ways in which these connections helped establish its political presence.
|Types:||Oral histories | Sound recordings | Transcripts|
|Subjects:||Braden, Anne, 1924-2006 | Braden, Carl, 1914-1975 | Forman, James, 1928-2005 | Dombrowski, James A. (James Anderson), 1897-1983 | Bond, Julian, 1940- --Interviews | Zellner, Bob | Stembridge, Jane | King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968 | Shipp, Bill | Rustin, Bayard, 1912-1987 | Curry, Constance, 1933- | Baker, Ella, 1903-1986 | Hutchings, Phil, 1942- | Melish, William Howard, 1910- | Barry, Marion, 1936- | McDew, Charles | Lewis, John, 1940 Feb. 21- | Moses, Robert Parris | Watters, Pat | Gaston, Paul M., 1928- | Zinn, Howard, 1922-2010 | Civil rights workers--Interviews | Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.) | National Association for the Advancement of Colored People | Southern Conference Educational Fund | Southern Regional Council | Atlanta inquirer | Communism--United States | Communist Party of the United States of America | United States. Congress. House. Committee on Un-American Activities | Atlanta journal-constitution | Jacksonville Daily News (Jacksonville, N.C.) | African Americans--Civil rights--United States | African American civil rights workers--United States | Communists--United States | Cold War--Influence | Reporters and reporting--Southern States | College students--Political activity--Georgia--Atlanta | Boycotts--Georgia--Atlanta | College teachers--Political activity--Georgia--Atlanta | United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation | International Union, United Automobile Workers of America (CIO) | Pittsburgh courier | Race relations | Southern States--Race relations | Public relations--United States | Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission | Civil rights movements--Southern States | Black power--United States | Leadership--United States | Role models--United States | United States, Kentucky, Jefferson County, Louisville, 38.2542376, -85.759407 | United States, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta, 33.7489954, -84.3879824|
|Collection:||Anne Braden Oral History Project|
|Institution:||Kentucky Virtual Library|
|Contributors:||University of Kentucky | Fosl, Catherine|
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All rights to the interviews, including but not restricted to legal title, copyrights and literary property rights, have been transferred to the University of Kentucky Libraries.
|Persistent Link to Item:||http://kdl.kyvl.org/catalog/xt7s4m91937b|