Negroes With Guns: Robert F. Williams on Self-Defense

Author: Robert Franklin Williams

This interview with Robert F. Williams is excerpted from "Integration: Report I," directed by Madeline Anderson (Andover Productions, 1960), which profiled the modern civil-rights movement from 1957-60, including sit-ins, marches, boycotts and rallies at Montgomery, Ala., Brooklyn, N. Y., and Washington, D. C.

The woman sitting next to Williams in his wife, Mabel, and the bespectacled man is veteran civil-rights attorney Conrad J. Lynn, Williams's lawyer. The narrator is playwright and author Lof…more


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