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    • Academic medical centers--North Carolina.
    • 184 INTERVIEW 12 July 30, 1997 FRANCES WEAVER: This is an interview with Dr. Henry Toole Clark, first administrator of Health Affairs at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. The interview is taking place in Dr. Clark's home in Carol...


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    • African American college administrators--North Carolina.; College trustees--North Carolina.; College integration--North Carolina.; Affirmative action programs in education--North Carolina.; Higher education and state--North Carolina.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] WILLIAM LINK: I guess I'd like to start just by asking you to tell me any general perceptions you have about Bill Friday? How he operates? What his mode of operation...


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    • ; African American Mormons.
    • Sister Pat Council BARBARA COPELAND: Will be interviewing Sister Pat Council today. Today is Friday November 30* in the year 2001. Sister Pat Council is a Latter Day Saint from the Church of Jesus Christ, the Mormon church. So I just want to start...


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    • African American Mormons.
    • Ryan Frost BARBARA COPELAND: Ryan Frost and we're going to be talking about intermarriage and interdating in the Mormon faith. Brother Frost is a Latter-day Saint of Jesus, of the Church of Jesus Christ--how do you say that? RYAN FROST: Church of...


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    • African American Mormons.
    • Shae Grays BARBARA COPELAND: With the interviewee is Shae Grays. She is a student at NC State. She is also an African American who is a Latter-day Saint. My name is Barbara Copeland. I will be interviewing her, and today we'll be talking about...


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    • African American physicians--North Carolina--Edenton.; Discrimination in medical care--North Carolina--Edenton.; Poor--Medical care--North Carolina--Edenton.; African Americans--Medical care--North Carolina--Edenton.; Medically underserved...
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] JAMES SLADE: Earlier, North Carolina would supplement black students to go out of the state. When I applied to medical school, it was 1952. At that time, I also...


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    • African American politicians--Alabama.; Alabama--Politics and government.; Alabama--Race relations.; Civil rights--Alabama.
    • Interview with Joe Reed, chairman of Alabama Democratic Conference, black political organization state wide, and vice chairman for minority affairs for Alabama State Democratic party, July 10, 197^, conducted by Jack Bass and Walter de Vries,...


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    • African American politicians--North Carolina.
    • TRANSCRIPT – HOWARD N. LEE (compiled February 29, 2008) Interviewee: HOWARD NATHANIEL LEE Interviewer: Brandon Winford Interview Date: Friday, Feb. 29, 2008 Location: Radisson Governor’s Inn, Durham, NC Length: 1 cassette; approximately 55 minutes...


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    • African American politicians--South Carolina.; South Carolina--Politics and government.; African Americans--South Carolina.
    • I. S. Leevy Johnson Interview Interview: A-0270 Subject: I. S. Leevy Johnson [b.1942] Interviewer: Jack Bass and Walter DeVries Date: March 3, 1975 Location: Columbia, South Carolina Topics: Columbia, S.C. attorney, funeral home owner, and former...


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    • African American school principals--North Carolina--Whiteville.; High schools--North Carolina--Whiteville.; African Americans--Education (Secondary)--North Carolina.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] GOLDIE F. WELLS: I am in the home of Mr. Coleman Barbour in Whiteville, North Carolina. Mr. Barbour is the principal of Whiteville High School and was a 1989...


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    • African American teachers--North Carolina--Chapel Hill.; College teachers--North Carolina--Chapel Hill.; Discrimination in higher education.; Faculty integration--North Carolina--Chapel Hill.; African American graduate students.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] FREDDIE L. PARKER: This is Freddie Parker. Today I'm interviewing Professor Blyden Jackson, who was a professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for...

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