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Jane Buchsbaum interview, Part 1
Rogers, Kim Lacy
Topics include: Buchsbaum's career and experience with political activism in New Orleans starting in the early 1960s
0:28- Rogers begins the interview by asking Buchsbaum about the political experience of the New Orleans Civil rights Activists; 4:39- Buchsbaum describes the experience of her affiliates at the Panel of American Women (Blanche Francis, Eileen Julian, Sylvia Rousseau, M. Licabe, Mary Zervigon, Florence A. Midlo, Cecile Fraenkel). Locations discussed in the interview include: Community Relations Center; Lower Ninth Ward; Smith College; Tulane University, The Panel of American Women; Xavier University Student Center; The Council of Jewish Women; The Better Youn Men Boy's Club.
Civil rightsCivil rights movement
Amistad Research Center
Box 3, Item 1, Side 1, Kim Lacy Rogers collection, Amistad Research Center at Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
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