Jones, H. Wise
African American Community Interviews
The eldest son of the Reverend H. Wise Jones, who was the minister of the Green Street Baptist from 1912 until 1950, discusses the history of the church, the role that religion and the church played in his life and the lives of blacks in Louisville. He also discusses the role that the black Baptist church played in the 1950s and 1960s Civil Rights movement in Louisville and the United States.
African Americans--Kentucky--Louisville, Clergy, Green Street Baptist Church (Louisville, Ky.), Baptists, Civil rights movements