Arkansas -- Race relations
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Oral history interview and transcript conducted by Walter L. Brown, Bruce Parham, and Samuel A. Sizer at Fort Smith, Arkansas, March 18, 1976 with John Elvis Miller. Interview conducted at Miller's office in the U.S. Post Office building, Fort Smith, Arkansas. In the interview Miller discusses his youth, the Elaine, Arkansas race riots of 1919, and his political career.
Letters from Philander Smith College (Little Rock), Arkansas Agricultural, Mechanical, and Normal College (Pine Bluff), and from A., M., and N. College Student Government Association, pertaining to the University of Arkansas Committee on Interracial Relations.
Outline for a proposed but unused Columbia Broadcasting Co. program: "The People act in Arkansas. This is the story of a Southern state making a forthright and sincere effort to solve its race problem."