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Title: D'Army Bailey, circuit court judge, 1979
Contributor: Kremer, Ray Ann
Dunaway, Virginia
Bailey, D'Army
Keywords: Oral history;Interviews;Memphis (Tenn.);Neighborhood Histories;Vollintine Evergreen Historic District (Memphis, Tenn.);Vollintine Evergreen Community Association;Law;Civil rights;Historically Black Colleges and Universities;Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association (MIFA)
Issue Date: 6-Jun-1979
Publisher: Rhodes College
Description: Interview with D'Army Bailey, an attorney, retired circuit court judge, civil rights activist, author, and film actor from Memphis, Tennessee. In this interview Bailey talks about his activism as a college student, his relationship with CORE (Congress of Racial Equality) and NSM (Northern Student Movement), at a PWI and an HBCU. Bailey also discusses his time practicing law in a racially divided society. The interview was conducted in 1979 at his home on Monticello.�
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Appears in Collections:Everett R. Cook Oral History Collection

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