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dc.contributorDinkins, Charles L.-
dc.contributorFaist, Thomas-
dc.descriptionIn this interview with Charles Dinkins, he describes how organizations like the National Business League and the Federal Chamber of Commerce helped to fund African American business owners, create jobs for the economically disadvantaged, and otherwise improve economic development in Memphis's African American communites. He also describes how he believes various Civil Rights groups affect community development and economic growth. �-
dc.publisherRhodes College-
dc.subjectOral history-
dc.subjectMemphis (Tenn.)-
dc.subjectCivil rights-
dc.subjectAfrican Americans-
dc.subjectAfrican American business enterprises-
dc.titleCharles Dinkins, 1982-
Appears in Collections:Everett R. Cook Oral History Collection

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