Interview with Margaret Gregg

Interviewee

Margaret Gregg

Interviewer

Geoffrey Wilcox

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Abstract

A professor of English at Winthrop College from 1941 to 1973, Margaret Gregg discusses local, state and national civil rights struggles in the 1960s and her role. Professor Gregg discusses, among other topics, the lunch counter sit-ins in Rock Hill, her participation in the Rock Hill Council on Human Relations, her decision to write a letter to the newspaper voicing her support for equal rights for all races and the consequences of that decision, supporters and detractors of her point of view, and her view of Dr. Martin Luther King.

Publication Date

12-2-1981

Unique Identifier

OH 152

Format

1 Cassette

Length

25 minutes

Restrictions

This interview is open for use.

Series

Civil Rights Movement, Faculty and Staff

Disciplines

Oral History

Keywords

Civil Rights Movement, Rock Hill Council on Human Relations

Interview with Margaret Gregg

LC Subject Headings

Winthrop College, the South Carolina College for Women--Faculty; English teachers--South Carolina--Rock Hill; Civil rights--United States; Rock Hill Council on Human Relations (Rock Hill, S.C.); King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968

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