Margaret Kibbee

Material Information

Margaret Kibbee
Physical Description:
Oral history interview
Margaret Kibbee ( Interviewee )
Sarah Blanc and Jennifer Lyon ( Interviewers )
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Subjects / Keywords:
Oral history
Civil rights movement—Mississippi—History—20th century
Temporal Coverage:
1960 - 2011
Spatial Coverage:
United States of America -- Mississippi


SNCC organizer Margaret Kibbee shares her experiences in the Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi, and later as a legal aid worker, helping blacks get food stamps and Medicaid. People mentioned include: John F. Kennedy, Fannie Lou Hamer, Otis Brown, Jr., Julie Seeker Smith, Olive Booey, Martha Ford, Ruth Brown, Charles McLaurin, Cora Mae Johnson, Martin Luther King, Jr., Sam Eli, Ella Baker, Wade Townsend, Tyree Irving, Lawrence Guyot, Dick Gregory, Pogey Slim and Nathaniel Jack. Organizations include: the Peace Corps, National Guard, SNCC, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party and the Free Southern Theater. Locations include: Jackson, Moorhead, Greenwood and Rulevill Mississippi; and Mill Valley, California.

Record Information

Source Institution:
UF Samuel Proctor Oral History Program
Holding Location:
UF Samuel Proctor Oral History Program
Rights Management:
All rights reserved by the submitter.
Resource Identifier:
spohp - MFP 016B
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