Catherine Fosl; interviewer. Suzanne W. Post; interviewee.
In this interview Suzanne Post, a Louisville, Kentucky activist and friend of Anne Braden, explains how she became an activist. She describes her career and, in particular, her work with the American Civil Liberties Union. Post talks about her priorities as an activist, which have included desegregation and women's equality. Post explains how she personally combated the prejudice surrounding Anne and Carl Braden within the Louisville community. She describes the lifestyle of an activist and compares her style of working to Anne Braden's.
Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History, University of Kentucky Libraries
University of Kentucky
Post, Suzanne, 1933- --Interviews., Women civil rights workers--Interviews., Braden, Anne, 1924-2006., Braden, Carl, 1914-1975., African Americans--Civil rights., Civil rights movements--United States., Civil rights workers., American Civil Liberties Union., Feminism., Louisville (Ky.), United States History 1961-1969., Segregation in education--United States., School integration--United States.
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