Interview with James Embry, November 14th, 1978
Part of Charles T. Wethington University of Kentucky Oral History Collection
- Interview with James Embry, November 14th, 1978
- John Jason Peter; interviewer. James Embry; interviewee.
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- In this interview, James Embry talks about the student uprisings on the University of Kentucky campus during the late 1960's and early 1970's. He was kicked out of school for attempting to burn down some buildings with gasoline cocktails at U.K., and was banned from campus in 1969. He recalls he went to trial in 1970, was found guilty, and put on a year's probation. Embry was still involved with the Black Student Union, and participated with other black students as well as whites in the
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