Interview with Robert L. Allen
Interview with longtime activist, journalist and professor, Robert L. Allen, senior editor of The Black Scholar and co-editor of Brotherman, the odyssey of Black men in America, discussing growing up in Atlanta, Georgia, his work as a journalist covering the civil rights and Black power movements in the 1960s, the formation of the Bay Area Black Journalists, COINTELPRO, and his work as an editor for The Black Scholar.
Additional Descriptive Notes: The interviews were conducted in collaboration with the Freedom First Amendment Center with funding from the John S. and James K. Knight Foundation.
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