Marygrove College student LeAndre Johnson interviews his father, Andrew Johnson, about his experiences moving to Detroit. Andrew Johnson came to Detroit in 1962 with his mother and siblings. Johnson's mother came to Detroit looking for work. Johnson talks about racism in the South and in Detroit and his perceived differences between the Black Panther party and Dr. Martin Luther King's approach.
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- Date Interviewed: Sunday, 26 February 2006
- Interviewer: LeAndre Johnson
Marygrove Archives ARC-SP 0100 File #2
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Johnson, L. (Interviewer) & Johnson, A. (Interviewee). (2006). Andrew Johnson: Migration within the U.S. [Interview transcript]. Retrieved from the Novak Archive at Marygrove College: https://www.marygrove.edu/detroit-journeys