John Brown Jr.

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John Brown, Jr. was a founder and director of the South East Alabama Self-Help Association (SEASHA) since its inception in 1967. Before joining SEASHA, Brown had been a teacher in the Phenix City, Alabama, school system. Over the years, SEASHA has served as an advocate for the rural poor in twelve counties, promoting grassroots activity in farming, housing, and loans to minority businesses. Interviewed by Robert Korstad, Kevin D. Gorter Professor of Public Policy and History, May 14, 1992. Note: The transcript below is not synchronized with the video.

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