1h 40min | English | 26 February 2019
Mr. Rubin discusses his influences growing up, his educational and professional background, his entrance into the Southern freedom movement, his work on voter registration, run-ins with law enforcement and his relationship with and impressions of Julian Bond.
An interview with Larry Rubin for the Julian Bond Oral History Project, sponsored by the School of Public Affairs at American University. The project documents the professional rise of Julian Bond from his early years in the Atlanta student movement, his work as a founding member of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and his rise to national prominence. Conducted by Gregg Ivers, Professor of Government and Project Director, in Washington, D.C. on November 24th, 2018. Mr. Rubin joined the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee in 1961 and worked on the Southwest Georgia (Albany) Project and later went to Mississippi to work on 1964 Freedom Summer Project.
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Project Director: Gregg Ivers, Professor of Government, American University Research and Technical Support: Gracie Brett, Lianna Bright, Audra Gale and Colleen Vivaldi