Educators and Civil Rights
|Collection homeCompact list of all items|
|Title:||Educators and civil rights|
Selected interviews with educators, artists, and civil rights workers relating to the education of African Americans in Memphis, Tennessee. The collection includes interviews with Lynne Turley, a music teacher in both white and African American schools in Memphis; Mose Yvonne Brooks-Hooks, a teacher, superintendent, and educational advocate; George Hunts, an art teacher and artist; Jane Walters, a teacher during the civil rights movement and integration; and Johnnie Turner, a civil rights worker and teacher.
The Civil Rights Digital Library received support from a National Leadership Grant for Libraries awarded to the University of Georgia by the Institute of Museum and Library Services for the aggregation and enhancement of partner metadata.
|Types:||Interviews | Moving images | Oral histories|
|Subjects:||African Americans--Education | African American educators--Tennessee--Memphis | Educators--Tennessee--Memphis | African American civil rights workers--Tennessee--Memphis | Civil rights workers--Tennessee--Memphis | Segregation in education--Tennessee--Memphis | School integration--Tennessee--Memphis | Memphis (Tenn.) | Shelby County (Tenn.)|
|Contributors:||Crossroads to Freedom Digital Archive Project (Rhodes College) | Rhodes College|
|Online Publisher:||[Memphis, Tenn.] : Rhodes College | 2009|
|Rights and Usage:|
Forms part of the Crossroads to Freedom Digital Archive Project.
|Persistent Link to Item:||http://www.crossroadstofreedom.org/detail.collection?oid=36|