William Raspberry Oral History Interview
This interview was conducted by Julian Bond, then co-director of the Explorations in Black Leadership project at the University of Virginia.
William Raspberry, who worked almost 40 years for the Washington Post before retiring in 2005, talked about his childhood in Mississippi, his commitment to education, and the importance of education for the African-American community. Mr. Raspberry died on July 17, 2012.
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Julian Bond Chair NAACP->National Board of Directors
William Raspberry Columnist (Former) Washington Post
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