skip navigation  The Library of Congress >> Research Centers
AFC Logo
The American Folklife Center
Connect with us:   Blog Blog  |  Facebook Facebook  |  Podcasts Podcasts   RSS RSS  | Video Webcasts
 home >> Civil Rights History Project >> Survey of Collections and Repositories >> Collections >> Collection Record

The Civil Rights History Project: Survey of Collections and Repositories

Ethnic groups and American foreign policy project

Repository: Columbia University. Center for Oral History

Collection Description (CRHP): See the interview with Vernon E. Jordan, who discusses the resignation of Andrew Young as United Nations Ambassador, the reaction of certain black leaders and the relationship between Jewish and black communities.

Collection Description (Extant): This series of interviews is being conducted by Dr. Judith Goldstein to document the impact of American ethnic groups on the formulation of American foreign policy and their interaction with Congress in the Nixon, Ford, and Carter administrations. The collection includes interviews with members of the executive branch, senators, representatives, legislative assistants, scholars, journalists, lobbyists, and members of ethnic organizations. The project examines the history, foreign policy objectives, and methods of operation of individuals and organizations vis-a-vis specific international issues and events.

Date(s): 1974-1986

Existing IDs: NXCP86-A468

Extent: Transcripts: 2,660 leaves

Interviewees: Vernon E. Jordan

Subjects:

African American lawyers
African Americans--Relations with Jews
United Nations
Young, Andrew, 1932-

Genres:

Interviews
Transcripts

 

  Back to Top

 

 home >> Civil Rights History Project >> Survey of Collections and Repositories >> Collections >> Collection Record

  The Library of Congress >> Research Centers
   May 15, 2015
Legal | External Link Disclaimer

Contact Us:
Ask a Librarian