Reverend Frank Williams interview
Frank Leviticus Williams (1915-2004) was a Methodist minister and civil rights activist who served as chairman of the Ministerial Alliance Conference. In this oral history interview, Williams reflects on how he became involved with the civil rights movement, and discusses his thoughts on freedom fighter Lillie May Carroll Jackson and politician Theodore R. McKeldin. Williams speaks about the 1967 riots in Cambridge, Maryland, the role of the Urban League, and the Ministerial Alliance. He further discusses the Civic Interest Group and Black United Front, and remembers Phillip Randolph, a labor movement and civil rights leader.