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|Creator:||Hamilton, Leo C., 1951-|
|Title:||Oral history interview, 1993|
|Date:||1993 Sept. 11|
Leo C. Hamilton, a LSU Alumni and Baton Rouge attorney, discusses the social nature of Harambe; use of St. Albans and Methodist Center for meetings; activist ministers; fight against white fraternities reserving seats at football games; urging university to recruit black athletes; racism of Kentucky basketball coach Adolph Rupp; African American students felt like outsiders; sit-in in Chancellors office in 1971; Dean James Reddoch; integrated student housing; black cultural awareness; Southern students' animosity for LSU; Southern University; Southern Riots; division within Harambe over how to protest riot; Ted Schirmer and Progressive Students' Alliance; March to state capitol after Southern riots; Black Muslims; Harambe's community outreach program; racism of Baton Rouge and Campus Police; political activism of Harambe; David Duke; SGA president Kerry Pourciau and problems getting Harambe's support; death of Harambe; race relations at LSU in the 1990s; working for state government; specialty labor law; establishing own firm; merger with Breazeale, Sachse, and Wilson; law school professors.
Interviewed by May Hebert, September 11, 1993.
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|Types:||Oral histories | Sound recordings | Transcripts|
|Subjects:||Hamilton, Leo C., 1951- | Duke, David Ernest | Reddoch, James Wilson, 1924- | Rupp, Adolph Fred, 1901-1977 | Schirmer, Ted | Civil rights movements--Louisiana | Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.) | African Americans--Segregation--Louisiana--Baton Rouge | Southern University and A & M College | African American college students--Louisiana--Baton Rouge | Black Muslims--Louisiana | Racism in higher education--Louisiana | Discrimination in education--Louisiana--Baton Rouge | Police--Louisiana--Baton Rouge | Labor laws and legislation--Louisiana | Baton Rouge (La.) | East Baton Rouge Parish (La.)|
|Collection:||Integration and the Black Experience at LSU|
|Institution:||Louisiana State University Library Special Collections|
|Contributors:||T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History | Integration and the Black Experience at LSU Collection (Louisiana State University) | LSU Libraries. Special Collections Dept.|
|Online Publisher:||Baton Rouge, La. : LOUISiana Digital Library|
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Physical rights are retained by the LSU Libraries. Copyright is retained in accordance with U. S. copyright laws.
Forms part of the online collection, Integration and the Black Experience at LSU.
|Persistent Link to Item:||http://louisdl.louislibraries.org/cdm/ref/collection/IBE/id/32|