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(Runtime: 73:15, published May 19, 1976.
"Discussion centers on the reasons he joined the civil rights movement, his work with SNCC in Mississippi, and his working relationships with other activists like Amzie Moore and Fannie Lou Hamer. Other topics include the Freedom Summer and the murders of James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Mickey Schwerner."--website
The first of nine parts of an interview by the Real News Network of Bob Moses. The rest of the interview can be found through the suggested stories below the interview transcript or through a search on the website.
(Runtime: 1:23:12, published October 27, 2011)
An interview with Bob Moses on his reflections on his early education, his role in voter registration efforts in the 1960's in Mississippi, and more on how the "movement" shaped his entire life.
(Originally from this page: http://mccomblegacies.org/History/)
(Runtime: 57:30, published July 27, 2009)
Recording of a lecture given by Robert Moses at Cornell University on the constitutional right to access to education. He traces Black people's historical access to education from the middle of the nineteenth century to the present using the Mississippi Delta as an anchor point for the lecture.
(Runtime: 54:51, published March 31, 2014)
A lecture given by Robert Moses at Adams State University on reframing English grammar into mathematical and scientific grammar. The description describes the lectures as an exploration of "ways to help students translate their own spoken idiom into the language of mathematics."
This is a website with "stories, oral histories, diaries, interviews, narratives, and remembrances about the author's experiences in the Freedom Movement." Under "Robert Moses", you will find numerous links to transcripts of interviews with Moses.