Hollander--August 17, 1963, interview with Rev. Joseph Carter, Laurel Hill, Louisiana (Edward Hollander recordings [sound recording], 1963-1964; Audio 369A)
@ Wisconsin Historical Society
DescriptionInterview conducted by Edward Hollander with Reverend Joseph Carter, the first African American man who registered to vote in the West Feliciana Parish in Louisiana. This audio contains a discussion of how CORE members aided African Americans to register to vote and the many obstacles and threats encountered by African Americans who registered.
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