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Jane Buchsbaum interview, Part 2
Rogers, Kim Lacy
Topics include: Buchsbaum discusses the significance of Jewish Activist groups during the Civil rights Movement, her involvement with the Council of Jewish Women, Community Relations Committees, and her affiliation with the Urban League and other African American activist groups
0:00- Buchsbaum speaks in further detail about her involvement with the Council of Jewish Women; 14:23-Rogers asks why local women were so involved with the Civil rights organizations; 24:30- Buchsbaum elaborates on the issues of local New Orleans hospitals and their treatment towards the African American Community; 26:03- Buchsbaum mentions how local swimming pools were shut down as a result of desegregation. Locations discussed in the interview include: Southern Baptist Hospital; The Urban League; Community Relations Committee; The Council of Jewish Women; Audubon Park.
Civil rightsCivil rights movement
New Orleans (La.)
Amistad Research Center
Box 3, Item 1, Side 2, Kim Lacy Rogers collection, Amistad Research Center at Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
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