Voices on 14th Street Oral History Interview With Robert King Session 2 of 2

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Title

Voices on 14th Street Oral History Interview With Robert King Session 2 of 2

Subject

History
Oral History
Community Activism
Urban Planning

Description

Voices on 14th Street is an oral history project that looks at community activism in the Columbia Heights/Greater 14th Street neighborhood of Washington, DC after the 1968 riots that destroyed a significant portion of the housing stock in that area.

In this second session, King discusses his role in the early years of CHANGE, Inc., a group that facilitated community input on the redevelopment of the Columbia Heights and Greater 14th Street neighborhoods.

Creator

King, Robert
Clement, Bell

Source

Grant - 11-DCCHP-13

Date

2011
October 2011

Rights

Rights held by the narrator and interviewer.

Format

Compact Disc
.mp3

Language

English

Type

Oral History

Identifier

11d.DCCHP.2011

Coverage

Ward 1
Columbia Heights

Oral History Item Type Metadata

Original Format

.mp3

Duration

01:31:12

Bit Rate/Frequency

320 kbit/s

Interviewer

Clement, Bell

Interviewee

King, Robert

Location

Washington, DC

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