R. Sonny Driver Oral History Interview (AOH1093X20110621driver.mp3)
Richard "Sonny" Driver is the founder of Scoop magazine and lived in North Philadelphia during the 1964 Columbia Avenue riots. Mr. Driver reflects on race relations in North Philadelphia and shares his recollections of the riots, changes to the neighborhood, Philadelphia chapter NAACP President Cecil B. Moore, and then-deputy police commissioner Frank Rizzo. Mr. Driver also discusses his memories of the Black Power movement and the NAACP protests at Girard College.
Civil Rights in a Northern City Columbia Avenue Riots Desegregation of Girard College
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