Speaker: James M. Nabrit
Date: March 28, 1969
Worked as professor (1936-1956) and president of Howard University (1960-1967). Also served as Deputy U.S. Representative to the UN, as well as Deputy U.S. Representative to the Security Council (1966-1967). From the perspective of a personal relationship with Lyndon B. Johnson, James Nabrit discusses a number of subjects --- ranging from individuals in the Johnson Administration, to the relationship of the University to the politics of the day, to black attitudes toward Johnson and his policies.