News anchor Leon Bibb talks about growing up in Glenville and working in television news in Cleveland. As a young reporter, he dealt with such historic moments as the Tet Offensive and Kent State shooting. He said he was in the first of a wave of African Americans to work at the Plain Dealer. Bibb talks about Carl and Louis Stokes and offers thoughts about Vietnam, voting, civil rights and journalism. The interview contains memorable quotes and moments reflected on by Bibb throughout his career as a reporter in Cleveland.
Bibb, Leon (interviewee)
Weaver, Valerie (interviewer)
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"Leon Bibb Interview, 2006" (2006). Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection. Interview 903007_807008.