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    • School integration--South Carolina.; Women civil rights workers.; African American women civil rights workers--Southern States.
    • ACQUELYN HALL: The first thing I wanted to ask you is just a little bit more about your mother and father. Your mother, you said, was a schoolteacher? MODJESKA SIMKINS: Yes, she taught before I was born. JACQUELYN HALL: What was her name, first...


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    • Gr-y^ft Tape Log Interviewer: Will Jones Tape#: 3.5.95-W.W.I Interviewee: Willie Mae Winfield Mono X Stereo: No. of Sides: 2 No. of Tapes: 1 Interview Date: 3/5/95 Location: At home of Mrs. Winfield in...


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    • Lumberton (N.C.)--Race relations.; African Americans--Civil rights--North Carolina--Lumberton.; Civil rights movements--North Carolina--Lumberton.; African Americans--North Carolina--Lumberton.; African Americans--North Carolina--Lumberton.;...
    • Oral History Interview with Angus Thompson, Sr., October 21, 2003. Interview U-0017. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] ANGUS THOMPSON: . . . black. My daddy was quite...


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    • School integration--Georgia.; Atlanta (Ga.)--Race relations.; Women in public life--Georgia.; Women--Georgia.; African American women--Georgia--Atlanta.; African Americans--Georgia.; Atlanta (Ga.); African American families--Georgia.; African...
    • GEORGIA GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTATION PROJECT GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY AND SOUTHERN ORAL HISTORY PROGRAM UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA NARRATOR: NARVIE J. HARRIS INTERVIEWER: KATHRYN NASSTROM DATE: JUNE 11. 1992...


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    • 1 Clarence Coe Interview Recorded: May 28, 1989 Interviewer: Michael Honey Phone Interview - Clarence Coe - 5/28/89 - by Mike Honey Q: What's your opinion of what has happened here in the labor movement? Coe: Number l, Memphis never has been a...


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    • Southern States--Race relations.; African American women civil rights workers--South Carolina.; Civil rights movements--Southern States.; Leadership in women--Southern States.; African Americans--Civil rights--Southern States.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] JACQUELYN HALL: I'll tell you generally what I am doing and then what I wanted to talk to you about. I'm director of the Oral History Program at the University of...


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    • African American women civil rights workers--South Carolina--Charleston.; African American women political activists--South Carolina--Charleston.; African American families--South Carolina--Charleston.; Discrimination in employment--United States.
    • TRANSCRIPT: DOROTHY S. SCOTT Interviewee: Dorothy S. Scott Interviewer: Kieran Taylor Interview Date: June 26, 2008 Location: North Charleston, SC Length: One CD, approximately 137 minutes START OF CD Kieran Taylor: --go ahead and start this. If...


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    • Alzada Clark Interview Recorded: May 24, 1989 Interviewer: Michael Honey Alzada Clark: I met Leroy in l950; he came to Memphis on assignment, and I was working in a shop, the Memphis Dinette, [1950-55] as a supervisor/inspector. I was interested in...


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    • Charles Collins Cathy TRANSCRIPT—CHARLES COLLINS CATHEY Interviewee: Charles Collins Cathey Interviewer: Willie Griffin Interview date: May 15, 2008 Location: Charlotte, North Carolina Length: I disc, approximately 1 hour, six minutes WG: My name...


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    • 6-\?4 Tape Log Interviewer: Will Jones Tape #: 3.4.95-A.S. 1 Interviewee: Ada Ford Singleton Mono x Stereo No. of Sides: 2 No. of Tapes: 1 Interview Date: 3/4/95 Location: At home of Ada Singleton in...


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    • Southern States--Race relations.; Civil rights workers--Southern States.; Civil rights movements--Southern States.; African Americans--Civil rights--Southern States.; African Americans--Suffrage--Southern States.; Segregation--Southern States.
    • Oral History Interview with Leslie W. Dunbar, December 18, 1978. Interview G-00075. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#40007): Electronic Edition. [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] LESLIE W. DUNBAR: I'm not a person who has great...


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    • Civil rights--North Carolina.; African Americans--Civil rights--North Carolina.; Gay college students--North Carolina.; Gay rights--North Carolina.; Gays--North Carolina.; Civil rights movements--North Carolina--Durham.
    • CHRIS McGINNIS: Hello, this is Chris McGinnis, today, is Saturday, February twenty-third and I am interviewing Mr. Quinton Baker at his home in Hillsborough, North Carolina. This tape is a continuing series of interviews that will contribute to Gay...


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    • Gay activists--North Carolina.; Gay college students--North Carolina--Chapel Hill.; Gay liberation movement--North Carolina--Chapel Hill.; Gays--North Carolina.; Political action committees--North Carolina.; Gay rights--North Carolina.
    • CHRIS McGINNIS: Hello, this is Chris McGinnis, today, is Saturday, February twenty-third and I am interviewing Mr. Quinton Baker at his home in Hillsborough, North Carolina. This tape is a continuing series of interviews that will contribute to Gay...


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    • African Americans--Political activity.; Georgia--Politics and government.; African American politicians--Georgia.; Civil rights--Georgia.; Georgia--Race relations.
    • " ? This is an interview with State Representative Bobby Hill, conducted in Savannah, Georgia on May 3, 1974 by Jack Bass and Walter De Vries. Transcribed by Sarah Geer. Jack Bass: What's your background? Did you grow up in Savannah? Bobby...


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    • Monroe (N.C.)--Race relations.; African American women civil rights workers--North Carolina--Monroe.; African American women political activists--North Carolina--Monroe.; African American radicals--North Carolina--Monroe.; Civil rights...
    • DAVID CECELSKI: This is David Cecelski, Southern Oral History Program, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. This is another in the Listening for a Change series. It's August 10th 1999. I'm in Monroe, North Carolina. Today I'm interviewing...


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    • Southern States--Race relations.; Charleston (S.C.)--Race relations.; African American women civil rights workers.; African American women educators.; African Americans--Civil rights--Southern States.; Civil rights movements--Southern States.;...
    • JACQUELYN HALL: . . . what your parents were like? SEPTIMA POINSETTE CLARK: Well, my name is Septima Clark, and I was born in Charleston, South Carolina, May 3, 1898. My mother and father lived at that time on Wentworth Street, and the house is...


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    • C~vS>) Tape Log Interviewer: Will Jones Tape #: 3.17.95 - MA 1 Interviewee: Margaret G. A. Alexander Mono Stereo x No. Of Sides: 2 No. of Tapes: 1 Interview Date: 3/17/95 Location: Home of Mrs. Alexander in...


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    • Public interest lawyers--United States.; Law teachers--United States.; Practice of law--Political aspects--United States.; Civil rights--United States.; Anti-communist movements--United States.; Internal security--United States.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] ANN MCCOLL: This is an interview of Dan Pollitt being conducted on Tuesday November 27 at the Law School in his office. The interviewer is Ann McColl and this is the...


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    • African American women civil rights workers--Southern States.; African American women social reformers--New York (State)--New York.; Civil rights movements--Southern States.; African Americans--Civil rights--Southern States.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] SUE THRASHER: This is an interview with Ella Baker April 19, 1977, with Sue Thrasher and Casey Hayden. Was this thirteen-month-old baby picture taken in Norfolk? ...


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    • African Americans--Segregation--South Carolina--Columbia.; African American clergy--South Carolina.; African Americans--Civil rights--South Carolina.
    • Interviewee: Rev. Joseph A. Darby Interviewer: Kieran Taylor Interview date: June 24, 2008 Location: Morris Brown AME Church, Charleston, South Carolina Length: 1 disc, approximately 1 hour and 9 minutes START OF DISC KT: I’d imagine there was...

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