Ferguson Library Tell Your Story Interview: Mort Lowenthal

Title

Ferguson Library Tell Your Story Interview: Mort Lowenthal

Description

Recording of interview with Mort Lowenthal at the Ferguson Library in Stamford, Connecticut. He talks about his time serving on the Stamford Human Rights Commission and how it would listen to and adjudicate human rights complaints. Mr. Lowenthal also served on the Stamford Citizens Committee to Study De Facto Segregation in the Public Elementary Schools and worked to preemptively integrate the Stamford schools in the early 1960s.

Creator

The Ferguson Library

Publisher

The Ferguson Library

Date

2017-07-24

Contributor

Skornia, Frank J., interviewer

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Format

audio/mp3

Language

English

Type

Identifier

FL.tellyourstory.ml.001

Coverage

Stamford (Conn.)
Twentieth century

Interviewer

Skornia, Frank J.

Interviewee

Lowenthal, Mort

Location

The Ferguson Library, Stamford, Connecticut

Original Format

Audio recording

Duration

00:18:10

Bit Rate/Frequency

320 kbps

Collection

Citation

The Ferguson Library, “Ferguson Library Tell Your Story Interview: Mort Lowenthal,” Ferguson Digital Archives, accessed September 20, 2019, http://www.fergusonlibraryarchive.org/FL.tellyourstory/FL.tellyourstory.ml.001.

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