Addison Hunt interviews her great grandmother, Pebble Ewing, about life in the segregated south.
Recorded November 26, 2018 Archived November 26, 2018 06:09 minutes
DescriptionIn this interview, conducted on November 26, 2018 in Oxford, Mississippi, Addison Hunt (13) interviews her great grandmother Pebble Ewing (80) about life in the South during segregated and integrated times. Mrs. Ewing shares stories of going to segregated schools, being neighbors with other races, and her thoughts on the craziness of segregation. She talks about how long ago all you did was go to school, church, and stay home. She speaks her words of wisdom on why segregation just doesn’t make any sense. At the end of the interview to bring back to the topic of thanksgiving, she is asked what she is most grateful for.