Excerpt 1 from oral history interview with Angeline Butler, 2005 March
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An excerpt from an oral history interview with Nashville Civil Rights Movement participant Angeline Emma Butler, conducted in March 2005 by Rachel Lawson as part of the Nashville Public Library's Civil Rights Oral History Project. Butler discusses how she got involved in the Movement and met other people who were involved, such as James Bevel, Bernard LaFayette, and John Lewis, through a group of the American Friends (Quakers) that met at Fisk University. The complete interview, as well as a transcript, is available in the repository.
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- Butler, Angeline Emma--interviews
Bevel, James L. (James Luther), 1936
Lewis, John, 1940 Feb. 21
African Americans--Social conditions
African Americans--Civil rights--Tennessee--Nashville
Civil rights workers--Tennessee--Nashville
Civil rights movements--Tennessee--Nashville
Society of Friends--Tennessee--Nashville
Nashville (Tenn.)--Race relations
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- Excerpt 1 from oral history interview with Angeline Butler, 2005 March. 2005-03. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://nashville.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/nr/id/190. (Accessed December 12, 2019.)
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- (2005-03) Excerpt 1 from oral history interview with Angeline Butler, 2005 March. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://nashville.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/nr/id/190
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