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Acclaimed international musician, William Foster McDaniel shares how his formative experiences with the YMCA of Central Ohio and seven years as a camper at YMCA Camp Willson changed his life.
This interview was recorded in Oxford Mississippi on November 26. I interviewed Edmond Boudreaux who is my grandfather and was born in Georgiatown, South Carolina and now lives in Biloxi Mississippi. He talks about public bus integration and his first...
Phyllis Wimberly ( My Grandmom ) spent her 40 year career as a Washington DC public school teacher integrating her AP English classes. As an activist and teacher her goal was to send kids to college that wouldn’t have otherwise...
This interview is a just simple questions about what the Houston Police department was like in the past.
My father, Rudolph Burwell Sr, was one of early group of black police officers that joined the Norfolk Police Department in 1968. This is his story of his experience.
Part 3: My grandma and I continued our conversation, talking about politics in the 1970s and positive moments in her life. Additionally, we talked about lessons she learned when teaching at a Milwaukee Public School.
The life of Debbie Henderson and all the battles she faced as well as good times spent with her family were discussed in the interview.
In this interview, conducted December 7, 2017 in Memphis, Tennessee, Isabella Brewer (15) interviews her grandmother Charlotte Brewer (63) about her life in multiple small towns in Arkansas in the Southern United States. Ms. Brewer describes her experience in school...
During this interview, we discuss my grandmother’s life experiences, focusing on segregation and the Civil Rights Movement.
We touched on Texas history in Gonzales, segregation issues that existed through the 70s, and the evolution of special education.
Hamp tells various stories from his life in Hardaway, Pleasant Springs, and Tuskegee, Alabama
National Coalition on School Diversity #NCSD2017 participants Courtney and Aneth share why they joined the school integration movement
My dad, Frank Fregoso, told me about the multiple elementary and middle schools he attended in Corpus Christi. We talked about their differences in location, facility, demographics, and what it was like to be a “neighborhood kid” in the 70s...
Conversation with grandmother about the integration of elementary school
Jim Henry was a junior at Morehouse College in February 1960 when he participated in a sit-in with other black students in Atlanta.
Second part of interview with my grandma, in which we discuss immigration in further detail, as well as her experiences teaching in Milwaukee during integration of public schools in the 1970s.
Eric Peterson speaks on growing up in Norfolk, VA, his family life, and his love for learning.