An Interview with Richard G. Brown, December 10, 2008 [video recording]
- An Interview with Richard G. Brown, December 10, 2008 [video recording]
An interview with Richard G. Brown, World War II and Korean War Veteran, community activist, and teacher who lived and worked in Lower Roxbury his entire life. Brown reflects on his childhood memories, faith, and the importance of community centers, like the Robert Gould Shaw House, for youth development. This interview was collected as part of Northeastern University's Lower Roxbury Black History Project (2007-2009).
- Brown, Richard G.
- Parker, Lolita
- Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.). Lower Roxbury Black History Project
December 10, 2008
- Northeastern University Libraries
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Lower Roxbury Black History Project records (M165)
An Interview with Richard G. Brown
African American neighborhoods
African American youth
Brown, Richard G.
Roxbury (Boston, Mass.)
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An Interview with Richard G. Brown, December 10, 2008, Lower Roxbury Black History Project records, 2007-2009 (M165), Archives and Special Collections Department, Northeastern University Libraries, EH 1.