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Julian B. Feibelman interview, Part 2
Feibelman, Julian Beck.
Rogers, Kim Lacy
Rogers asks Feibelman about his involvement in Save Our Schools, which she noted on SOS letterhead, but he claims that he was not very involved with the organization other than sometimes lending his name to the group. He states that he always thought that his congregation should know how its leader stood on social issues that he drew strength from those who stood by him. He describes the conditions of public schools for African American students, and Rogers asks Feibelman how things have changed in recent years. He discusses his upbringing in Mississippi at length, as well as his early involvement in early Civil rights causes in New Orleans. Discussion includes Feibelman's early encounters with racial discrimination. Note: Audio is interrupted toward the end of the recording but resumes after a short pause.
Amistad Research Center
Box 5, Item 14, Side 2, Kim Lacy Rogers collection, Amistad Research Center at Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
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