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Repository: Xavier University (New Orleans, La.). University Archives and Special Collections

Collection Description (Extant): Correspondence, planning documents, and videotape of interviews of civil rights leaders and others recorded for the one-hour documentary about African Americans and race relations in New Orleans politics in the 1960s and '70s. Most of the material was not used in the documentary, and many of the interviewees are now deceased.

Language: English

Interviewees: Kabu Abukaz, William Adams, Avery Alexander, Ian Arnof, Israel Augustine, Clarence Barney, Emmett Bashful, Sidney Barthelemy, Murphy Bell, Harry Blumenthal Jr., Lindy Boggs, Eula Mae Lee Brown, Morris Burka, Raphael Cassimere, Vergie Castle, Philip Claverie, David Conroy, Jimmie Davis, Elizabeth Downing, David Duke, Blair Favrot, Kenneth Ferdinand, Father Joseph Fichter, William F. Finegan, Norman Francis, Tina Freeman, Ronald French, Una Gaillot, Joseph Giarusso, Jack Gremellion, Oretha Haley, Camille Hazeur, Benjamin Hooks, Don Hubbard, Jesse Jackson, John Jacob, Clarence Jupiter, Rosa Keller, Iris Kelso, Coretta Scott King, Mary Landrieu, Moon Landrieu, Lynne Lee, Silas Lee, Rudy Lombard, Russell Long, Lee Madere, Robert McIntyre, John McKeithen, Helen Mervis, Henry Mitchell, Ernest Morial, Sybil Morial, John Nelson, Revius Ortique, Edmund Reggie, Lloyd Rittiner, Elizabeth Rogers, Sam Rosenberg, Gordon Saussy, Vic Schiro, Kit Senter, Jim Singleton, Jerome Smith, Thelma Smith, Llewlyn Sonniat, Jack Stewart, Leona Tate, Daniel Thompson, Dave Treen, Mitch Trimbell, Virginia Welch, Alma Woodfork, Skelly Wright, Andrew Young

Rights (CRHP): Contact the repository which holds the collection for information on rights


African Americans--Civil rights--Louisiana
Civil rights demonstrations--Louisiana--New Orleans
Civil rights movements--Louisiana
Civil rights workers--Louisiana




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