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Oral history.; Interview conducted on November 11, 1995 with Curtis C. Bryant. Curtis C. Bryant was born in Walthall County, Mississippi in 1917. He worked for the railroad from 1940 to 1979, during which time he was an active member of the railroad union. In 1961, Mr. Bryant and Bob Moses were instrumental in starting the voter registration drive in Mississippi. Bryant was active in the NAACP and the Democratic Party. In retaliation for his civil rights advocacy, Mr. Bryant's barber shop was bombed.

1995-11-11

Oral history.; Interview conducted on November 11, 1995 with Curtis C. Bryant. Curtis C. Bryant was born in Walthall County, Mississippi in 1917. He worked for the railroad from 1940 to 1979, during which time he was an active member of the railroad union. In 1961, Mr. Bryant and Bob Moses were instrumental in starting the voter registration drive in Mississippi. Bryant was active in the NAACP and the Democratic Party. In retaliation for his civil rights advocacy, Mr. Bryant's barber shop was bombed.

1995-11-11

Oral history.; Interview conducted on November 11, 1995 with Curtis C. Bryant. Curtis C. Bryant was born in Walthall County, Mississippi in 1917. He worked for the railroad from 1940 to 1979, during which time he was an active member of the railroad union. In 1961, Mr. Bryant and Bob Moses were instrumental in starting the voter registration drive in Mississippi. Bryant was active in the NAACP and the Democratic Party. In retaliation for his civil rights advocacy, Mr. Bryant's barber shop was bombed.

1995-11-11

Oral history.; Interview conducted on November 11, 1995 with Curtis C. Bryant. Curtis C. Bryant was born in Walthall County, Mississippi in 1917. He worked for the railroad from 1940 to 1979, during which time he was an active member of the railroad union. In 1961, Mr. Bryant and Bob Moses were instrumental in starting the voter registration drive in Mississippi. Bryant was active in the NAACP and the Democratic Party. In retaliation for his civil rights advocacy, Mr. Bryant's barber shop was bombed.

1995-11-11

Oral history.; Transcript of an interview conducted on November 1, 1995 with Joe Martin (born 1943) .Joe Martin grew up in McComb, Mississippi. He was inspired at a young age to become involved in civil rights activities when he heard Medgar Evers speak. In high school, he helped to form an NAACP youth group. He participated in the Burgland High School student walk-out, and in 1965, he collaborated in the writing of an essay attacking the injustice of drafting minorities to fight in Vietnam while they were denied the right to vote. He worked for the Mississippi Institute for Technical and Economic Resources and as a bail bondsman.

1995-11-01

Oral history.; An interview conducted on November 1, 1995 with Joe Martin (born 1943). Joe Martin grew up in McComb, Mississippi. He was inspired at a young age to become involved in civil rights activities when he heard Medgar Evers speak. In high school, he helped to form an NAACP youth group. He participated in the Burgland High School student walk-out, and in 1965, he collaborated in the writing of an essay attacking the injustice of drafting minorities to fight in Vietnam while they were denied the right to vote. He worked for the Mississippi Institute for Technical and Economic Resources and as a bail bondsman.

1995-11-01

Oral history.; An interview conducted on November 1, 1995 with Joe Martin (born 1943). Joe Martin grew up in McComb, Mississippi. He was inspired at a young age to become involved in civil rights activities when he heard Medgar Evers speak. In high school, he helped to form an NAACP youth group. He participated in the Burgland High School student walk-out, and in 1965, he collaborated in the writing of an essay attacking the injustice of drafting minorities to fight in Vietnam while they were denied the right to vote. He worked for the Mississippi Institute for Technical and Economic Resources and as a bail bondsman.

1995-11-01

Oral history.; An interview conducted on November 1, 1995 with Joe Martin (born 1943). Joe Martin grew up in McComb, Mississippi. He was inspired at a young age to become involved in civil rights activities when he heard Medgar Evers speak. In high school, he helped to form an NAACP youth group. He participated in the Burgland High School student walk-out, and in 1965, he collaborated in the writing of an essay attacking the injustice of drafting minorities to fight in Vietnam while they were denied the right to vote. He worked for the Mississippi Institute for Technical and Economic Resources and as a bail bondsman.

1995-11-01

Oral history.; An interview conducted on November 1, 1995 with Joe Martin (born 1943). Joe Martin grew up in McComb, Mississippi. He was inspired at a young age to become involved in civil rights activities when he heard Medgar Evers speak. In high school, he helped to form an NAACP youth group. He participated in the Burgland High School student walk-out, and in 1965, he collaborated in the writing of an essay attacking the injustice of drafting minorities to fight in Vietnam while they were denied the right to vote. He worked for the Mississippi Institute for Technical and Economic Resources and as a bail bondsman.

1995-11-01

Oral history.; An interview conducted on November 1, 1995 with Joe Martin (born 1943) .Joe Martin grew up in McComb, Mississippi. He was inspired at a young age to become involved in civil rights activities when he heard Medgar Evers speak. In high school, he helped to form an NAACP youth group. He participated in the Burgland High School student walk-out, and in 1965, he collaborated in the writing of an essay attacking the injustice of drafting minorities to fight in Vietnam while they were denied the right to vote. He worked for the Mississippi Institute for Technical and Economic Resources and as a bail bondsman.

1995-11-01

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