Cleveland Sellers Interview, Denmark, South Carolina, 8/5/1995

Type 
Interview
Year 
1995
Creator(s) 
Cleveland Sellers (interviewee)
Charles Marsh (interviewer)
Date 
Sat, 08/05/1995
Medium 
Tape Recorded, then Transcribed
Doc # 
7INT11
Location 
Denmark, SC
United States
Abstract 

In this interview, black civil rights activist Cleveland Sellers reflects upon the changing ideology of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) in the late 1960s. Sellers discusses the rise of Black Power and the shift in the Civil Rights Movement to an increased use of political tactics beginning in 1964. 

Additional information 

Document Description: eight-page typewritten document; located in the PLT Archive folder "Cleveland Sellers- 8/5/95"; document also found in the PLT Paper Archive as Doc. #7INT11.01.

Rights 
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