Passing it on : stories from the Civil Rights Movement, 1993.

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Passing it on : stories from the Civil Rights Movement, 1993.

Interviews with 24 individuals involved in the Civil Rights Movement in the United States and the San Francisco Bay Area. Interviewees include activists, a Black Panther member, and others. A data sheet for each interviewee, interview summaries written by the interviewers and photographs of each interviewee.

Oral histories: 24 sound cassettes.Supporting material: 1 box (.2 linear ft.)

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SNAC Resource ID: 8270329

UC Berkeley Libraries

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