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Title: Roscoe Dixon, Operation Push, 1982
Contributor: Dixon, Roscoe
Faist, Thomas
Keywords: Oral history;Interviews;Memphis (Tenn.);Civil rights;Education;African Americans;King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968--Assassination
Issue Date: 3-Mar-1982
Publisher: Rhodes College
Description: Here, interviewee and Memphian Roscoe Dixon talks about his work with Operation Push in the 1970's, and the changing trends he sees in the Civil Rights Movement and African American communities since the death of Dr. King. He explains how the Great Society Programs opened educational opportunities to some African American Memphians for the first time.
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Appears in Collections:Everett R. Cook Oral History Collection

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