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University of Michigan Oral History Project - "Documenting the Healthcare Experiences of African Americans in Southeastern Michigan from 1940-1969" - Arthur Johnson, PhD. - Interview [Side 1]

Main interview topic: Documenting the Healthcare Experiences of African Americans in Southeastern Michigan from 1940-1969. Interviewers: George Meyers, Rom Amos. Subjects: Arthur's family…

From  Dallas Pillen A week ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
Kellogg African American Health Care Project
Coverage
1997 June 6
Language
English
Source
Audio Cassette
Identifier
9841-SR-9-1
Subject
African Americans--Michigan--Detroit.; UM - Centers, Institutes, Museums, & Programs;
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University of Michigan Oral History Project - "Documenting the Healthcare Experiences of African Americans in Southeastern Michigan from 1940-1969" - Arthur Johnson, PhD. - Interview [Side 1]

Main interview topic: Documenting the Healthcare Experiences of African Americans in Southeastern Michigan from 1940-1969. Interviewers: George Meyers, Rom Amos. Subjects: civil rights activism, race…

From  Dallas Pillen A week ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
Kellogg African American Health Care Project
Coverage
1997 June 6
Language
English
Source
Audio Cassette
Identifier
9841-SR-10-1
Subject
African Americans--Michigan--Detroit.; UM - Centers, Institutes, Museums, & Programs;
Rights
This recording may be protected by copyright law. Every audio, visual, or textual work has copyright protection unless that protection has expired over time or its creator has placed it in the public domain. It is the responsibility of anyone interested in reproducing, broadcasting or publishing content from the Bentley Historical Library collections to determine copyright holders and secure permissions accordingly.
 
Disclaimer
The quality of this digital reproduction depends on multiple factors including how the original recording was made and condition of the original media.

Recordings available here are a historical record which reflects different views, attitudes, and beliefs. The Bentley Historical Library does not endorse viewpoints found in these or within its holdings.

University of Michigan Oral History Project - "Documenting the Healthcare Experiences of African Americans in Southeastern Michigan from 1940-1969" - Arthur Johnson, PhD. - Interview [Side 1]

Main interview topic: Documenting the Healthcare Experiences of African Americans in Southeastern Michigan from 1940-1969. Interviewers: George Meyers, Rom Amos. Subjects: alternative medicine,…

From  Dallas Pillen A week ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
Kellogg African American Health Care Project
Coverage
1997 June 6
Language
English
Source
Audio Cassette
Identifier
9841-SR-11-1
Subject
African Americans--Michigan--Detroit.; UM - Centers, Institutes, Museums, & Programs;
Rights
This recording may be protected by copyright law. Every audio, visual, or textual work has copyright protection unless that protection has expired over time or its creator has placed it in the public domain. It is the responsibility of anyone interested in reproducing, broadcasting or publishing content from the Bentley Historical Library collections to determine copyright holders and secure permissions accordingly.
 
Disclaimer
The quality of this digital reproduction depends on multiple factors including how the original recording was made and condition of the original media.

Recordings available here are a historical record which reflects different views, attitudes, and beliefs. The Bentley Historical Library does not endorse viewpoints found in these or within its holdings.

University of Michigan Oral History Project - "Documenting the Healthcare Experiences of African Americans in Southeastern Michigan from 1940-1969" - Arthur Johnson, PhD. - Interview [Side 2]

Main interview topic: Documenting the Healthcare Experiences of African Americans in Southeastern Michigan from 1940-1969. Interviewers: George Meyers, Rom Amos. Subjects: influence of literature on…

From  Dallas Pillen A week ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
Kellogg African American Health Care Project
Coverage
1997 June 6
Language
English
Source
Audio Cassette
Identifier
9841-SR-9-2
Subject
African Americans--Michigan--Detroit.; UM - Centers, Institutes, Museums, & Programs;
Rights
This recording may be protected by copyright law. Every audio, visual, or textual work has copyright protection unless that protection has expired over time or its creator has placed it in the public domain. It is the responsibility of anyone interested in reproducing, broadcasting or publishing content from the Bentley Historical Library collections to determine copyright holders and secure permissions accordingly.
 
Disclaimer
The quality of this digital reproduction depends on multiple factors including how the original recording was made and condition of the original media.

Recordings available here are a historical record which reflects different views, attitudes, and beliefs. The Bentley Historical Library does not endorse viewpoints found in these or within its holdings.

University of Michigan Oral History Project - "Documenting the Healthcare Experiences of African Americans in Southeastern Michigan from 1940-1969" - Arthur Johnson, PhD. - Interview [Side 2]

Main interview topic: Documenting the Healthcare Experiences of African Americans in Southeastern Michigan from 1940-1969. Interviewers: George Meyers, Rom Amos. Subjects: African American hospitals,…

From  Dallas Pillen A week ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
Kellogg African American Health Care Project
Coverage
1997 June 6
Language
English
Source
Audio Cassette
Identifier
9841-SR-10-2
Subject
African Americans--Michigan--Detroit.; UM - Centers, Institutes, Museums, & Programs;
Rights
This recording may be protected by copyright law. Every audio, visual, or textual work has copyright protection unless that protection has expired over time or its creator has placed it in the public domain. It is the responsibility of anyone interested in reproducing, broadcasting or publishing content from the Bentley Historical Library collections to determine copyright holders and secure permissions accordingly.
 
Disclaimer
The quality of this digital reproduction depends on multiple factors including how the original recording was made and condition of the original media.

Recordings available here are a historical record which reflects different views, attitudes, and beliefs. The Bentley Historical Library does not endorse viewpoints found in these or within its holdings.

University of Michigan Oral History Project - "Documenting the Healthcare Experiences of African Americans in Southeastern Michigan from 1940-1969" - Arthur Johnson, PhD. - Interview [Side 2]

Main interview topic: Documenting the Healthcare Experiences of African Americans in Southeastern Michigan from 1940-1969. Interviewers: George Meyers, Rom Amos. Subjects: African American hospitals,…

From  Dallas Pillen A week ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
Kellogg African American Health Care Project
Coverage
1997 June 6
Language
English
Source
Audio Cassette
Identifier
9841-SR-11-2
Subject
African Americans--Michigan--Detroit.; UM - Centers, Institutes, Museums, & Programs;
Rights
This recording may be protected by copyright law. Every audio, visual, or textual work has copyright protection unless that protection has expired over time or its creator has placed it in the public domain. It is the responsibility of anyone interested in reproducing, broadcasting or publishing content from the Bentley Historical Library collections to determine copyright holders and secure permissions accordingly.
 
Disclaimer
The quality of this digital reproduction depends on multiple factors including how the original recording was made and condition of the original media.

Recordings available here are a historical record which reflects different views, attitudes, and beliefs. The Bentley Historical Library does not endorse viewpoints found in these or within its holdings.