Marion Wright, March 8, 1978. Interview B-0034. |
A Measured Push for Justice in the Pre-
Marion Wright was one of a group of white southerners who sought to tackle the entrenched racism of the twentieth-century South. As a member of the Southern Regional Council (SRC), he sought to do so without direct action. This interview is a portrait of a civil rights leader in the era before the movement was defined by public protest.
Interviewee: Marion Wright Interviewer: Jacquelyn Hall
Duration: 01:43:13 Annotated Excerpts: Listen to and read all 14 excerpts.