Abstract

In this 2004 interview, Ione Briggs talks about racism and women’s issues in the City of Cleveland. Briggs discusses the role and impact of the Cleveland Chapter of the NAACP. She discusses the racism in city administration and the politics of working for the city. The later part of the interview includes discussion of the City Club. Brings discusses some of the memorable speakers at the City Club which included individuals such as Cesar Chavez, Robert Kennedy and Jane Fonda. She also talks about race and gender at the City Club.

Creator

Briggs, Ione (interviewee)

Creator

Humphrey, Tom (interviewer)

Project

City Club - Civil Rights

Date

8-10-2004

Document Type

Oral History

Duration

64 minutes

Creative Commons License

Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License
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