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    • Alabama--Race relations.; Civil rights movements--Alabama.; Teachers--Alabama--Birmingham.; Birmingham (Ala.)--Economic conditions.; Civil rights--Alabama--Birmingham.; Birmingham (Ala.)--Race relations.; Schools--Alabama--Birmingham.; Birmingham...
    • TRANSCRIPT--ANNIE MARGUERITE BASCOMB WARREN Interviewee: Annie Marguerite Bascomb Warren Interviewer: Kimberly Hill Interview Date: August 10, 2006 Location: Birmingham, AL Length: 1CD; approximately 2 hours, 15 minutes START OF CD KH: This is...


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    • School integration.; Busing for school integration--Kentucky--Louisville.; Civil rights workers--Kentucky.; Civil rights demonstrations--Kentucky.; School sports--Kentucky--Louisville.
    • Southern Oral History Program Series: Long Civil Rights Movement Project Transcript – Clint Lovely Interviewee: Clint Lovely Interviewer: Elizabeth Gritter Interview date: August 4, 2005 Location: Louisville, Kentucky, at the Portland Community...


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    • START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A ALAN W. HELDMAN, SR. May 26,2003 WELLOUGHBY ANDERSON: This is an interview with Alan Heldman at his home in Birmingham, Alabama. The date is May 26, Monday, of 2003. The interviewer is Willoughby Anderson. Okay, if you will...


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    • Male dramatists.; Male authors, American.
    • %ol : S.o.hP, Interview with PAUL GREEN Chapel Hill, North Carolina March 5, 1975 By Billy E. Barnes For the Southern Oral History Program Transcribed by Joe Jaros SOUTHERN HiSTORICAL COLLECTION CB # 3S26, Wilson Libraiy The University of North...


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    • Male dramatists.; Male authors, American.
    • WYNN: You talk about writing your stories and writing your poems — most of your writings have incorporated in them some place music and a lot of religion and superstition that I sense came from those early days. Did it? GREEN: Yes, that's right. I...


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    • Interview with Ida Leachman April 9, 1996 Memphis My birthday is September 29th, 1929. I was born in Holly Springs, Mississippi, Marshall County. That's about 50 miles south, southeast of Memphis. I grew up on a farm until I was about 13 or so....


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    • Interview with Ida Leachman April 9, 1996 Memphis My birthday is September 29th, 1929. I was born in Holly Springs, Mississippi, Marshall County. That's about 50 miles south, southeast of Memphis. I grew up on a farm until I was about 13 or so....


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    • Social reformers--North Carolina.; Physics--Study and teaching--United States.; Protest movements--United States.; Civil rights movements--North Carolina--Chapel Hill.; Peace movements--North Carolina.
    • LrWL START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A JOSEPH STRALEY JANUARY 19, 1999 STEVE ESTES: My name is Steve Estes and I'm interviewing Professor Joe Straley today. JOSEPH STRALEY: And I'm Joe Straley and this is January...


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    • Southern States--Race relations.; African American civil rights workers--Southern States.; Civil rights movements--Southern States.; African Americans--Civil rights--Southern States.; Student movements--Georgia--Atlanta.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] ELIZABETH GRITTER: I was wondering. I remember with the class you said that we should ask our parents about when their moment of like racial consciousness was. I was...


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    • STEVE ESTES: My name is Steve Estes and it is October 27, 1998, and I’m interviewing Dorcas Jones. Could you say a couple of things? Where your house is--. DORCAS JONES: 709 William Circle. SE: In Chapel Hill. DJ: We’ve lived in a lot of...


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    • Interviewer: Okay, it’s recording. So we'll start off by asking where were you born and when. Interviewee: I was born in New York City, 1951. Interviewer: 1951, okay. Can you tell me a little bit about growing up, like who you were raised by,...


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    • Claire Archer: Ok. This is Claire Archer. I am here with Shaunna Jeffries at Carrboro Elementary School. It is Wednesday afternoon at 3:25 on March 27th. Ok, so thank you for agreeing to talk to me. I guess, like I said, I’m interested in dual...


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    • Peggy Van Scoyoc (PV): This is Peggy Van Scoyoc. Today is Tuesday, September 17, 2013. I am in the home of Dr. Vijaya Bapat. We are in Cary. We’re here today to learn about her life and the community out here at Carolina Preserves, and what she’s...


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    • This interview is part of the Southern Oral History Program collection at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Other interviews from this collection are available online through www.sohp.org and in the Southern Historical Collection at...


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    • This interview is part of the Southern Oral History Program collection at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Other interviews from this collection are available online through www.sohp.org and in the Southern Historical Collection at...


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    • START OF INTERVIEW [Transcript begins at 00:00:06] Katie Womble: So, this is Katie Womble interviewing Jo Anne Earp on August 4, [2014] for the Women and Minorities Project for the UNC History Series. [Pause] So I guess starting out with some...

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