Greg Lipscomb reminiscence, 2006
Gregory O. Lipscomb, born 1942, was a student at University of Texas from 1959 to 1963; he received his B.A. in Economics before graduating with his LLB/JD in 1966. He was an active member of the civil rights movement at the University of Texas and campaigned for integration of the dorm rooms on the UT campus. He was present at the March 21, 1965, march in Selma, Alabama, as a freelance journalist for the Daily Texan. Lipscomb received his Masters in Public Administration from Harvard in 1978 and his Masters in Creative Writing from Johns Hopkins in 2000. He currently sits on UT's College of Liberal Arts Advisory Council.
Gregory Lipsomb's reminiscence comprises the author's memories of the civil rights movement, particularly his experience as a student body leader in the 1960s at the University of Texas and his personal involvement in the march at Selma, Alabama, on March 21, 1965.
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Greg Lipscomb Reminiscence, 2006, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin.
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