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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 school principals--North Carolina--Hamlet.; African American schools--North Carolina--Hamlet.; High schools--North Carolina--Hamlet.; African Americans--Segregation--North Carolina--Hamlet.
    • 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. J.W. Mask in Hamlet, North Carolina. Today's date is February 15, 1991. Mr. Mask is a 1964 principal. Mr. Mask, I would like...


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    • African American school principals--North Carolina--Iredell County.; African American schools--North Carolina--Iredell County.; High schools--North Carolina--Iredell County.; African Americans--Education (Secondary)--North Carolina--Iredell...
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] GOLDIE F. WELLS: This is January 4, 1991, and I am in the home of Mr. Leroy Campbell in Statesville, North Carolina. Mr. Campbell was a high school principal in...


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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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    • African American women--North Carolina--Durham.; African American women political activists--North Carolina--Durham.; African Americans--North Carolina--Durham.; African Americans--North Carolina--Durham.; African Americans--North Carolina--Durham.
    • Library of Congress Subject Headings [TAPE 1, SIDE A] [START OF TAPE 1, SIDE A] KAREN SINDELAR: Now Mrs. Turner, can you tell me when and where you were born? JOSEPHINE TURNER: I was born in Durham, North Carolina, 906 Glendale Avenue. KAREN...


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    • African American women civil rights workers--Southern States.; Civil rights movements--Southern States.; African Americans--Civil rights--Southern States.
    • EUGENE WALKER: I want to acknowledge first of all that in most of the literature I've read, they've spoken rather highly of you. Some of them have gone so far as to dedicate works to you: Howard Zinn and his SNCC: The New Abolitionists and Pope and...

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