Oral history interview with Allen Willis
African American filmmaker Allen Willis recounts his childhood in Washington D.C., his involvement with socialist and civil rights movements, and his accomplishments as a filmmaker.
Written on front of tape: AAMLO COALITION/ETERNAL VOICES HISTORIAN — ALLEN-WILLIS — 86 YRS. FILMMAKER/PHOTOGRAPHER OAKLAND RESIDENT
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