Paul Robeson, noted actor and political activist, relates his personal history and views in this interview with Elsa Knight Thompson, KPFA, and Harold Winkler, then president of Pacifica Foundation. Discussion of his life as the son of a former slave, his life as an expatriate during the 1930s, his involvement in the civil rights movement, views of socialism, and the problems facing the emerging African nations. Originally advertised in the KPFA Folio with the title "Where I stand."
This recording has been digitally preserved as part of a set. If you would like to purchase this disc only, please contact us at 800-735-0230.