Michael A. Cooke
In this interview with Michael Cooke, J. Arthur Brown (1914-1988) discusses his experience at Avery Institute and later the Progressive Democratic Party. Mr. Brown details the influence the Avery Institute had on shaping his outlook on black equality and fostering his interest in politics, as well as the NAACP’s involvement in the Civil Rights Movement in South Carolina.. He discusses his involvement with the Progressive Democratic Party and their influence on the black community, pivotal cases of Brown vs. The Board of Education, and his experiences with Judge Waties Waring.
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Brown, J. Arthur, "Interview with J. Arthur Brown" (1986). Winthrop University Oral History Program. OH 589.