Document Type

Article

Publication Date

Spring 2010

Keywords

University of Chicago Organization of Black Students, Kentucky Paducah, Kentucky, Emmett Till, Gangs, Sugar Ray Robinson, Bus driving, Robert F. Kennedy, Malcolm X College, Booker T. Washington, University of South Carolina, Martin Luther King Jr., Chicago Transit Authority, Strikes and lockouts, Fred Hampton, Bobby Rush, Black Panther Party, Abdullah Omar, Prexy Nesbitt, National Conference of Black Lawyers (U.S.), Haywood Burns, Ronald Reagan, National Lawyers Guild, Harold Washington, Nelson Mandela, Chris Hani, Truth and Reconciliation Commission, Mexico-Emigration and immigration, Coalition of Black Trade Unionists (U.S.), Malcolm X, African National Congress, Zimbabwe, Robert Gabriel Mugabe

Disciplines

Political Science | Political Theory | Race and Ethnicity | Race, Ethnicity and Post-Colonial Studies | Work, Economy and Organizations

Abstract

Length: 135 minutes

Oral history interview of Stan Willis by Richard Hughey

Comments

The interviewer conducted this oral history as part of his/her coursework for the Spring 2010 class, Oral History: The Art of the Interview. This interview supports the scope and content of the Chicago Anti-Apartheid Movement Collection at the College Archives & Special Collections department of Columbia College Chicago. Contact archives@colum.edu for more information and to view the collection.

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