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Outside Lands Podcast Episode 413: Terry Francois

Civil rights activist and lawyer, Terry Francois had a prominent role in challenging racial covenants throughout the West Side. New co-host, Arnold Woods tells us how Francois worked to help desegregate housing in San Francisco.
Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast - Jan 16, 2021

Outside Lands Podcast Episode 413: Terry Francois Outside Lands Podcast Episode 413: Terry Francois

(above) Terry Francois, Mar 31, 1960

Terry Francois (1921-1989) Civil Rights Lawyer, Activist, NAACP President, City Supervisor

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