Fleming, Harold C.Alternative names
1922, July 27:
Born, Atlanta, Ga.
B.A. in English and social relations, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
1943- 1946: United States Army, commanded unit of African American soldiers in Okinawa
1947- 1961: Director of information (1947-1954), associate director (1954-1957), and executive director (1957-1961), Southern Regional Council, Atlanta, Ga.
Married Jane Phillips (divorced)
Published with David Goldsmith Loth Integration North and South (New York: Fund for the Republic. 110 pp.)
1961- 1987: Executive vice president (1961-1967), and president (1967-1987) Potomac Institute, Washington, D.C.
1965- 1966: Special consultant, White House conference "To Fulfill These Rights"
Married Virginia de Conigh
1992, Sept. 4:
Died, Washington, D.C.
From the guide to the Harold C. Fleming Papers, 1950-1993, (bulk 1961-1987), (Manuscript Division Library of Congress)
- Affirmative action programs
- Civil rights leaders
- United States (as recorded)