Vivian Stanley discusses her career as a social worker and her life with Frank Stanley, Sr., editor, manager, and publisher of the Louisville Defender. She describes events and programs that she and the newspaper were involved in, including Clothe-A-Child and the annual Exposition organized by the Louisville Defender. She also discusses Frank Stanley, Sr.'s personality and civic and political involvement, and the management of the paper after his death. Mr. Stanley had two sons, Frank Jr. and Kenneth, and she also provides some information on their lives.
African Americans, Social workers, Journalists, African American journalists, African American social workers, Beauty contests, African American newspapers, Stanley, Frank L., 1906-1974
Newspapers, Louisville Defender (Louisville, Ky.), Civil rights demonstrations, Civil rights, Segregation, Kentucky Commission on Human Rights