Karl Johnson discusses his experience of being a Cleveland tour guide, lesser known stories of Cleveland's past, the railway system, urban renewal and public housing, and the issue of race and racism in Cleveland and America. His interview consists of personal stories, thoughts on public housing, and a discussion of the Hough and Glenville riots which leads to discussion of race.
Johnson, Karl (interviewee)
Epps, Michelle (interviewer)
"Karl Johnson interview, 09 August 2010" (2010). Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection. Interview 999079.
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