Black Workers Remember

“During his fellowship year at the National Humanities Center [1995-96], Michael Honey, the author of a prize-winning book on labor and civil rights in the American South, is at work on a new project — an oral history of black workers at the time of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Poor People’s Campaign.” [Wayne Pond]

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