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Jane Buchsbaum interview, Part 3
Rogers, Kim Lacy
Buchsbaum discusses her personal relationships with several New Orleans Civil rights Activists and the status of Race relations after desegregation
09:47- Buchsbaum discusses the social changes that have emerged as a result of integration, the significance of the "Black Power" movement and the state of Race relations in 1978, New Orleans; 17:51- Lacy lists the people she saw as most influential to her during the Civil rights Movement including Helen Mervis, Gladys Kahn, Margie Stitc, Rev. Milton Upton, Lolis Eli, Ernest "Dutch" Morial, Sybil Morial, Moon Landrieu, and Rosa F. Keller; 29:03- Buchsbaum talks about the future of Race relations and the impoverished African American community of New Orleans. Locations discussed in the interview include: Pontchartrain Park, Loyola University.
Civil rightsCivil rights movementCivil rights workers
New Orleans (La.)
Amistad Research Center
Box 3, Item 2, Side 1, Kim Lacy Rogers collection, Amistad Research Center at Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
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