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Black Power Movement subject note: These materials pertain to black separatism and militant movements. Specific Greensboro connections include Malcolm X University, the Panther party, and some of Nelson Johnson's early work. The 1967 UNCG Black Power Forum is a separate subject heading.


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Item thumbnail image Oral History Interview with Tom Bailey by William Chafe
Date: July 9, 1977
By: Tom Bailey
From: William Henry Chafe Oral History Collection

In this July 9, 1979, oral history interview conducted by William Chafe, Tom Bailey recalls his involvement in community organizing in the Piedmont Triad area through YES (Youth Education Services)...

Item thumbnail image Oral History Interview with Cecil Bishop by William Chafe
Date: October 13, 1977
By: Cecil Bishop
From: William Henry Chafe Oral History Collection

In this October 13, 1977, interview conducted by William Chafe with Cecil Bishop, Bishop discusses his membership in the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce, the makeup of the chamber, its role in stabi...

Item thumbnail image Oral History Interview with Lewis Brandon III by William Chafe
Date: July 1978
By: Lewis A. Brandon, III
From: William Henry Chafe Oral History Collection

This July 1978 interview conducted by William Chafe with Lewis Brandon III primarily documents Brandon’s involvement in, and the activities of organizations including GUTS (Greensboro United Tutori...

Item thumbnail image Oral History Interview with Nelson Johnson by William Chafe
Date: October 24, 1978
By: Nelson Johnson
From: William Henry Chafe Oral History Collection

This October 24, 1978, oral history interview conducted by William Chafe with Nelson Johnson primarily documents Johnson’s community activism with YES (Youth Educational Services), FCD (Foundation ...

Item thumbnail image Oral History Interview with Nelson Johnson by William Chafe
Date: January 1979
By: Nelson Johnson
From: William Henry Chafe Oral History Collection

This oral history interview conducted by William Chafe circa January, 1979, with Nelson Johnson primarily documents Johnson’s opinions on the education system, the 1969 A&T/Dudley protest and the c...

Item thumbnail image Rebuild the Movement for Black Power!
Date: 1980
By: Concerned Citizens Against the Klan
From: Sydney Nathans Papers
This flyer, created by Concerned Citizens Against the Klan of Greensboro, urges a return to the Black Power movement of the 1960s, stating that the movement stalled in the 1970s as black leaders were ...
Item thumbnail image Clarence L. Harris Scrapbook: Chapter 2
Date: 1985
By: Clarence Harris
From: Clarence Lee Harris Papers

Chapter 2 focuses on the events of February 1, 1960, including Harris' actions regarding the demonstrators. Mentioned are the "Greensboro Four": David Richmond, Franklin McCain, Ezell Blair Jr. (n...

Item thumbnail image Oral history interview with Cleveland Sellers by William Link
Date: May 10, 1989
By: Cleveland Sellers
From: GreensboroVOICES Collection

In this transcript of a May 10, 1989, oral history interview conducted by William Link with Cleveland Sellers, Sellers primarily details the activities of SNCC in Mississippi and Alabama from 1963 ...

Item thumbnail image Oral history interview with Jim Schlosser by Kathleen Hoke
Date: January 30, 1990
By: Jim Schlosser
From: GreensboroVOICES Collection

In this transcript of a January 30, 1990, oral history interview conducted by Kathleen Hoke with Jim Schlosser, Schlosser primarily discusses the segregated racial climate he experienced growing up...

Item thumbnail image Oral history interview with Rosemary Roberts Yardley by Kathleen Hoke
Date: May 25, 1990
By: Rosemary Roberts Yardley
From: GreensboroVOICES Collection

In this transcript of a May 25, 1990, oral history interview conducted by Kathleen Hoke with Rosemary Roberts Yardley, Ms. Yardley primarily discusses Greensboro school integration in 1971, includi...