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    • Oral history with Mujahid Sabree; 2012

    • Oral history.; Mujahid Sabree, also known as W.C. Wells, was born in Philadelphia, Mississippi in Neshoba County. He attended segregated schools in Philadelphia, Mississippi, and moved to Wisconsin after graduating high school. After being drafted...
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    • Oral history with Laura S. Seymour; 2000

    • Oral history.; Laura Seymour grew up in Blue Mountain on her grandparents' farm in Tippah County, Mississippi. Seymour was active in the civil rights movement in North Mississippi and Atlanta. She began advocating when she was a teenager in high...
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    • Oral history with Fred L. Banks, Jr.; 2003

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted on March 25, 2003 with Judge Fred L. Banks, Jr. (born 1942). In the late 1960s, Judge Banks began his law career by serving for the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund. He was elected three times to the House...
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    • Oral history with David Caldwell; 2003

    • Oral history.; David Caldwell was born in Lavaca, Arkansas where he stayed and worked on his uncle's farm, and attended segregated schools. He dropped out of school and worked in a number of jobs, including for a furrier. Caldwell joined the...
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    • Oral history with Charles Davis; 2002

    • Oral history.; Born in 1943, Charles L. Davis was reared in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. He has worked with the NAACP in various capacities since organizing the Forrest County NAACP Youth Group in 1958. He attempted to register to vote in Hattiesburg...
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    • Oral history with Frank Smith; 2001

    • Oral history.; Frank Smith was born September 17, 1942 and raised in Newnan, Georgia. A Morehouse College Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) leader, Smith came to Holly Springs, Mississippi in 1962 as a volunteer and stayed in...
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    • Oral history with Richard Middleton; 2001

    • Oral history.; The Reverend Dr. Richard T. Middleton, III is a full colonel in the U.S. Army, an Episcopal priest, and at the time of this interview was the president of Okolona College. He shares his memories of growing up on Farish Street in...
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    • Oral history with U.Z. Nunnally; 2001

    • Oral history.; U.Z. Nunnally was born in 1945 and grew up in rural Mississippi. His civil rights activities took him out of rural Mississippi and around the southeast as well as to California and China. He grew up on a plantation, one of seven...
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    • Oral history with Ernestine Evans Scott; 2000

    • Oral history.; Ernestine Evans Scott was born in Benton County in 1947 to a land-owning African American family. She attended Old Salem School, and then Rust College high school and became active in civil rights work during the 1960s. She was...
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    • Oral history with William D. Scott, III; 2001

    • Oral history.; William Scott was on faculty at Ole Miss at the time of this interview, which describes his experiences as a black man, growing up in Mississippi. He paints a verbal picture of his education, his innate tendency to question why race...
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    • Oral history with Ron Carver; 2001

    • Oral history.; Ron Carver was born in 1946 in Boston and was in high school when he became aware of the struggle for civil rights going on in Mississippi. After graduation, he decided to get involved and he volunteered as an assistant to Julian...
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    • Oral history with Linda Naef; 2001

    • Oral history.; Linda Naef was born in 1953 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and moved to Mississippi at the age of 6. She attended segregated schools until the early 1970s when federal mandates brought black and white students and black and white...
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    • Oral history with Leo Orris; 2006

    • Oral history.; Dr. Leo Orris was born in 1916 in Arlington, Massachussetts. He studied public health and medicine, and after serving in the United States Army during and after World War II, he and his wife Trudy were active in advocating for civil...
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    • Oral history with Doug Tuchman; 1999

    • Oral history.; Douglas Tuchman was born in New York City in 1940. He was a student at Hunter College 1957-1960 when he joined the civil rights movement. He was involved in campus activism, and later became a teacher. The teacher's union asked for...
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    • Oral history with Marjorie M. Taylor; 2000

    • Oral history.; Marjorie Taylor is an elementary school teacher on Long Island, New York who was recruited by the National Federation of Teachers to come to Mississippi during Freedom Summer in 1964. Taylor stayed through 1965, working with the...
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    • Oral history with Jim Abbott; 1998

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted March 22, 1998. Jim Abbott documents the struggle over approval for funding for a Vocational Technology Center in Indianola and the controversy that erupted between the community and the school board. Abbott was...
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    • Oral history with Lee Magee; 2012

    • Oral history.; Lee Magee was born on November 3, 1947 and was the son of sharecroppers. He grew up in the areas of Pinola and Midnight, Mississippi and finished his education in the fourth grade. Magee moved to Gulfport, Mississippi when he was...
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    • Oral history with Stephen Rozman; 2001

    • Oral history.; Stephen L. Rozman was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in 1940 and grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Rozman moved to Jackson, Mississippi in 1972 to accept a faculty position at Tougaloo College. Dr. Rozman is professor of political...
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    • Oral history with Victoria Cintra

    • Oral history.; An interview conducted on May 12, 2006 with Victoria Cintra. Ms. Cintra discusses the problem of the exploitation of immigrant labor in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
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