Norman Bryant is a former President of Flint Board of Education. At 85 years of age, he shares the history of the Flint Community Schools and high school athletics.
Norm is the founder of the Flint African American Sports Hall of Fame.
Norm provides a wonderful oral history of African American life in a northern US industrial community in the 1950's, 1960's and 1970's.
During the interview Norm Bryant discusses the people and activities around Flint, Michigan becoming the first U.S. major city to adopt an Open Housing Ordinance. Flint also became the first major city in America to have an African American Mayor, Floyd J. McCree.
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