Date Range Clear
- Civil Rights Movement 228
- Vietnam War 32
- 1960s, Sixties 17
- Marriage 16
- Childhood memories 15 417 more
This was an interview about my Grandma’s life starting from the 40s progressing to present day. It has her thoughts, opinions, and ideas and how worldly events have shaped her.
My Aunt Clara Ree Meggs-Brooks was active in the Civil Rights Movement in Southern Mississippi. One of her roles was to provide transportation and protection for Fannie Lou Hamer
I interviewed my grandmother, who lived in the Oakland/Berkeley area in the 1960s and 1970s, on her personal experience living in a place where the Civil Rights movement was centered around.
91 year old Monnie talks about her life of activism and how she was inspired by her parents who part of the suffrage movement.
Me and my grandma talked about the impact of civil rights on her life and her opinions on it.
He described his experiences as kid and how he was affected. Also how the experiences shaped him and how the circumstances are different today
In this interview I ask my grandma questions about her life, stories about life in the sixties, etc.
We discussed what it was like growing up in southern North Carolina during the Civil Rights Movement.