Talk at joint meeting of Franciscan Fraters of Old Mission Santa Barbara and the Catholic Human Relations Council of Santa Barbara [sound recording]
Remarks made by Dorothy Day at the joint meeting. Topics include Day's firsthand experiences with the Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi and Alabama, Oakland's House of Hospitality and Brother Antoninus, unemployment solutions, and organizing migrant workers. There is also a lengthy description of her 1962 trip to Cuba
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