King, A. D. (Alfred Daniel), 1930-1969

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Bryant discusses her childhood in Detroit, Michigan, where her father was involved in fair housing work. The interview also includes recollections of her education at a private girls' school in Washington, D.C. and at Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee, where she received an AB in history; her move to Louisville with her husband, a physician; her work with the West End Community Council; and involvement with the Black Six conspiracy trial.
A tape of a civil rights rally that took place in Louisville, KY in Spring 1967. The speaker is allegedly Rev. A.D. Williams King, brother of the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.