CRBB logo

Johnson / Importance of Education and Opportunities for Minorities

sign up or sign in to add/edit transcript

Interview Interview with Georg Johnson
Subjects Family
Family › Children
Family › Parenting
Family › Childhood Experiences
Migration › Migrant Labor
Citizenship › Detention for Immigration Status
Citizenship › Immigration Status
Community Organizations
Community Organizations › Greek Letter Societies
Community Organizations › Fraternal Organizations
Race Relations
Race Relations › Anglo-Mexican Race Relations
Race Relations › Black-White Race Relations
Race Relations › Black-Brown Race Relations
Race Relations › Race Relations with Other Ethnicities
Race Relations › Skin Color in Race Relations
Education › Elementary Education
Education › Secondary Education
Education › Higher Education
Education › Parent and Community Involvement in Education
Education › Education and Gender
Police and Law Enforcement › Jails
Police and Law Enforcement › Prisons
Media › Movement Newspapers
Media › Mainstream Media
Gender and Sexuality › Sexual Minorities
Direct Action › Marches
Direct Action › Direct Action (unspecified)
Student Activism › School Walkouts
Black Power › Black Power and Community Organizing
Class and Status › Class, Status, and Gender
Police and Law Enforcement › Parole
Direct Action › Walkouts
Family › Parents
Tags Bulter, Tina
sign up or sign in to add/edit tags
Interview date 2016-06-20
Interview source CRBB Summer 2016
Interviewees Johnson, Georg
Interviewers Acuña-Gurrola, Moisés
Wall, James
Locations Corpus Christi, TX
Duration 00:05:23
Citation "Importance of Education and Opportunities for Minorities," from Georg Johnson oral history interview with Moisés Acuña-Gurrola and James Wall,  June 20, 2016, Corpus Christi, TX, Civil Rights in Black and Brown Interview Database,, accessed April 22, 2024