Oral History Center - UC Berkeley Library

Charles J. Patterson: Working for Civic Unity in Government, Commerce, Industry, and Labor and Philanthropy

Interviewee(s):
Patterson, Charles J.
Interviewer(s):
Morris, Gabrielle
Title:
Charles J. Patterson: Working for Civic Unity in Government, Commerce, Industry, and Labor and Philanthropy
Abstract:
Youth in Indiana; education, Antioch College, Case Western Reserve; UC Berkeley doctoral studies, 1958-1964, with field work in England, Africa; Peace Corps, Washington, D.C., 1964-1966; U.S. Economic Development Administration training and job development programs, Oakland, 1966-1968; World Airways, Inc., vice-president (1968-1985): affirmative action, public affairs, community relations, founder Ed Daly; Oakland Convention Centers executive, 1986-1993; programs and policies of San Francisco Council for Civic Unity, Center for Study of Democratic Institutions, West Oakland Health Center, New Oakland Committee, KQED, San Francisco Foundation, 1976-1986; comments on the Buck Trust, East Bay Community Foundation, 1986-1994, and other Bay Area nonprofit organizations.
Subject area(s):
Advocacy and Philanthropy
Education, University of California
Interview date(s):
1991
Project:
Advocacy and Philanthropy - Individual Interviews
Oskicat record:
b11260672
Rights:
Patterson, Charles J. "Charles J. Patterson: Working for Civic Unity in Government, Commerce, Industry, and Labor and Philanthropy." Interview by Gabrielle Morris in 1991. Oral History Center, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 1995.