Interview with Reverend T. J. Moore

Interviewee

T. J. Moore

Interviewer

Michael A. Cooke

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Abstract

In his interview with Michael Cooke, Reverend T.J. Moore discusses his participation in the Progressive Democratic Party and their efforts during the Civil Rights Movement. Mr. Moore details his experiences growing up and living in Marion South Carolina. He discusses the impact the Progressive Democratic Party had on the area around Marion as well as the State of South Carolina in improving the lives of the black community. He also discusses the Warring Decision which did away with the Literacy Test in South Carolina, African American voter registration, and Jim Crow Laws.

Publication Date

5-17-1986

Unique Identifier

OH 210

Format

1 Cassette; MP3; WAV;

Length

00:40:50

Series

Civil Rights Movement, Politics

Disciplines

Law

Keywords

Progressive Democratic Party, Warring Decision, Literacy Tests, Black Voter Registration, Jim Crow Laws

Interview with Reverend T. J. Moore

LC Subject Headings

Political parties -- Southern States, African Americans -- Political activity -- Southern States, African Americans -- Suffrage, African Americans -- Civil rights, Literacy tests (Election law), Voter registration

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