Historic Audio Collections
|Collection homeCompact list of all items|
|Title:||Historic audio selections|
Among the audio clips are a WILM program from 1949 of Jean Jamison of the NAACP speaking about civil rights; a 1967 recording of Senator Foltz speaking about housing discrimination; a clip of Herman Holloway speaking to HB 23, establishing a Martin Luther King Holiday in Delaware; and a 1954 excerpt of a National Association for the Advancement of White People rally related to the integration of the schools in Milford, Delaware.
|Subjects:||Delaware--Race relations | National Association for the Advancement of White People | White supremacy movements--Delaware | School integration--Delaware--Milford | Martin Luther King, Jr., Day--Delaware | National Association for the Advancement of Colored People | African Americans--Civil rights--Delaware | Discrimination in housing--Delaware | Discrimination in education--Delaware | United States, Delaware, 38.910833, -75.52767|
|Institution:||Delaware Public Archives|
|Contributors:||Delaware Public Archives|
|Persistent Link to Item:||http://archives.delaware.gov/exhibits/misc/audio/index.shtml|