Abstract

This is a follow-up interview to Dr. Goldberg’s initial interview. He discusses in detail his experience in prison as a result of refusing his draft induction physical. He relates the prison conditions, various jobs, and means of keeping busy. While at Danbury prison he helped organize a black history course and a series of guest speakers from local universities, including Columbia. He spent time in three different federal prisons over the course of his 19 month prison sentence. Dr. Goldberg also discusses his experiences after his release and the traveling he did both throughout the United States and abroad including Ireland, Northern Ireland, and Paris, France. He also briefly discusses his involvement in advocating for prison reform after his release.

Creator

Goldberg, David (interviewee)

Creator

Morris, Chris (interviewer)

Project

Protest Voices

Date

6-29-2016

Document Type

Oral History

Duration

57 minutes

Creative Commons License

Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License
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