Michael A. Cooke
In her interview with Michael Cooke, Mary Agnes Morgan discusses growing up in South Carolina, her education, and her experience with the Progressive Democratic Party. Mrs. Morgan details the impact the Progressive Democratic Party had on the local black community of Mullins, South Carolina. She also discusses how private education was established in the South for African Americans, the rise of African American politics in the South and race equality.
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Civil Rights Movement, Politics
Black Equality, Black Education, Black Politics
Morgan, Mary Agnes, "Interview with Mary Agnes Morgan" (1986). Winthrop University Oral History Program. OH 251.
LC Subject Headings
African Americans -- Southern States -- Politics and government, African Americans -- Education, Rosenwald schools, Equality, United States -- Race relations