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    • Miranda: Okay. This is an interview with officer Pardo on February 28, 2012. My name is Miranda Wodarski and I am a sophomore at UNC Chapel Hill. I am conducting this oral history project with hopes to learn more about the legal rights of...


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    • Tim McEachran: My name is Tim McEachran and it is 2:50 on April 12th and I’m here at Scroggs elementary school interviewing Luzma now, a second grade teaching assistant in the dual language class here at Scroggs. And this is for the Southern Oral...


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    • Law teachers--North Carolina--Chapel Hill.; Civil rights workers--North Carolina--Chapel Hill.; Academic freedom--North Carolina--Chapel Hill.; Freedom of speech--North Carolina--Chapel Hill.; Universities and colleges--North Carolina.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] ANN MCCOLL: This is an interview with Dan Pollitt in the continuing series of interviews at the UNC law school. Today's date is April 5, 1991 and the interviewer is...


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    • Claire Archer: Alright, recording. So, to start off my name is Claire Archer and I’m interviewing Magda Corredor. You are a counselor for the Durham Public School System and it is March 22, Friday. We’re in the University of North Carolina Student...


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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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    • Rebecca Messinger: Ok, This is Rebecca Messinger interviewing Officer Pardo at the Chapel Hill Police substation in University Mall. It's about 9:10 and it's 4/8/11. Good morning Officer, how are you? Charlie Pardo: Good morning. I'm doing fine RM:...


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    • Miranda Wodarski: My name is Miranda Wodarski and I am a sophomore at UNC Chapel Hill. I am conducting an oral history project for a course I am taking that focuses on Latino perspectives and Mexican migration. This course requires I conduct four...


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    • Claire Archer: Ok, so it is April 2, 2013 at 7 pm, approximately, and I am here with Margarita Robledo to talk about the dual-language program at Carrboro Elementary. We are in Margarita’s apartment in Carrboro. So I guess, to start, if you could...


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    • Journalists--Southern States.; Arkansas--Politics and government.
    • ': ' < Interview with John Ward, managing editor of the Log Cabin Democrat. former public relations director for Gov Winthrop Rockefeller, June 11, 1974, Conway, Arkansas, conducted by Jack Bass and Walter De Vries, transcribed by Linda Killen....


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    • Tim McEachran: My name is Tim McEachran and I'm interviewing Nicole Lansdale, a dual-language kindergarten teacher at Mary Scroggs Elementary in Chapel Hill. It is March 26, 2012 and it is 3:00. This is for the Southern Oral History Project and...


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    • Joël Hage: This is Joël Hage interviewing Yesenia Pedro Vicente in the FedEx Global Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel. It is the afternoon of April 11th, 2013. It’s approximately 5:00pm. All right, Yesi, let’s go ahead and get...


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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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    • TRANSCRIPT-KHALILAH SABRA Interviewee: Khalilah Sabra Interviewer(s): Alexis Pauline Gumbs, Isabell Moore and Manju Rajendran Interview date: October 15, 2007 Location: Muslim American Society office, 901 Jones Franklin Rd, Raleigh,...


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    • Birmingham (Ala.)--Race relations.; African American women teachers--Alabama--Birmingham.; Schools--Alabama--Birmingham.; Education--Alabama--Birmingham.; Birmingham (Ala.)--History.; Civil rights movements--Alabama--Birmingham.
    • Interviewee: Dr. Tondra L. Loder Interviewer: Joseph Mosnier Interview date: June 15th, 2005 Location: Her office, School of Education, University of Alabama-Birmingham Length: 1 cassette; approximately 80 minutes START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A JOE...


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    • North Carolina--Politics and government.; Governors--North Carolina.; Legislators--North Carolina.; Political campaigns--North Carolina.
    • JACK FLEER: Governor, I am beginning with a series of questions on your personal political development and the political interests that you had in your very early stage. When did you begin thinking about a career in politics? JAMES E. HOLSHOUSER,...


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    • Suffragists--Virginia.; Suffragists--United States.; Women--Suffrage--Virginia.; Women--Suffrage--United States.; Women's rights--United States.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] WINSTON BROADFOOT: This is Winston Broadfoot of the Duke Oral History Project. I'm in the living room of Miss Clark on 3614 Chamberlain Avenue in Richmond. It's...

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