Interview with Xernona Clayton

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Title

Interview with Xernona Clayton

Subject

Allen, Ivan, 1911-2003
Bayor, Ronald H., 1944-

Description

Interview with Xernona Clayton, conducted during the writing of Georgia Tech History, Technology, and Society Professor Ronald H. Bayor's 1996 book Race and the Shaping of Twentieth-Century Atlanta. In this interview, Clayton addresses her activities in civil rights. A civil rights leader, Clayton served as secretary of the group Southwest Atlanta for Progress (SWAP). She also played a role in the improvement and desegregation of Atlanta neighborhoods, schools, and hospitals.

Creator

Bayor, Ronald H., 1944-

Source

MS450

Publisher

Georgia Institute of Technology Archives

Date

2/20/86

Contributor

Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts

Rights

The Georgia Tech Archives has made every effort to secure proper permissions from the copyright holders for providing online access to this interview. In this instance, however, it has not been possible to contact all of the current copyright owners. If you have information regarding the copyright owners, please contact us at archives@library.gatech.edu.

Format

Audio/mpeg

Language

en

Type

Sound

Identifier

MS450_034

Oral History Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Audio cassette, DVD, WAV

Duration

0:32:19

Bit Rate/Frequency

128 kbps

Interviewer

Bayor, Ronald H., 1944-

Interviewee

Clayton, Xernina

Time Summary

0:32:19

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