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Interviewee:Guy B. Johnson
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Guy B. Johnson, July 22, 1990. Interview A-0345.
A Southern Sociologist at the Dawn of the Civil Rights Movement: Sociologist Guy B. Johnson describes his path to sociology and recalls his participation in the Southern Regional Council in the 1940s.
Interviewee: Guy B. Johnson    Interviewer: John Egerton
Duration: 02:03:25     Annotated Excerpts: Listen to and read all 5 excerpts.
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Guy B. Johnson, December 16, 1974. Interview B-0006.
Leadership of the Southern Regional Council and the North Carolina Committee for Interracial Cooperation, 1924-1945: This interview with Dr. Guy B. Johnson, sociology professor and author, focuses on his work as the first executive director of the Southern Regional Council (SRC) and as a member of the North Carolina Committee for Interracial Cooperation. Johnson discusses the role that women and church groups played in the Interracial Commission, describes the debate over issues such as segregation among SRC members, and outlines the conflict between SRC leaders and the Southern Conference for Human Welfare.
Interviewee: Guy B. Johnson    Interviewer: Jacquelyn Hall
Duration: 03:09:14     Annotated Excerpts: Listen to and read all 11 excerpts.