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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
(above) Terry Francois, Mar 31, 1960
Terry Francois (1921-1989) Civil Rights Lawyer, Activist, NAACP President, City Supervisor
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John Freeman joins us to talk about Fernando Nelson, a builder and early automobile enthusiast, who built thousands of homes from the 1880s to the 1930s across San Francisco, including the Richmond District, Sunset District, and West Portal. (Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast Jan 31, 2015)