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Name: Negro Housing in Columbia
Item type: video
Date Created: Dec. 31, 1969, 7 p.m.
Created By: Unknown
Date Added: April 29, 2018, 8 p.m.
Added By: DAB
Format: m4v
Description: Four men speak at a meeting of some sort, possibly city council. They are giving a local response to a presidential directive, it may be Executive Order 11063 - Equal opportunity in housing; signed November 20, 1962. The first man in the clip is Attorney D. W. Robinson (possibly David W. Robinson). The second man is Johnson. The third man is Clinch Heyward Belser, a state representative from Richland County. The fourth man is Attorney Charles Knowlton. They each give a perspective on public housing for African Americans in Columbia, South Carolina. Topics are sub-standard conditions, public housing as "a blessing," construction of new housing, and occupancy.
Full text: None
File name: lleonardmedia/LLNegroHousinginColumbia.m4v
Thumbnail: None
Source: MIRC
Location: None
Started: 1900
Ended: 2020

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