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Oral history interview, 1993

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Creator:Tureaud, Alexander Pierre, Jr.
Creator:T. Harry Williams Center for Oral History
Creator:Emanuel-Wallace, Rachel
Title:Oral history interview, 1993
Date:1993 Apr. 25

Tureaud looks back and discusses his experiences as the first black student to be enrolled in the undergraduate program at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, La. in 1953.

Interviewed by Rachel Emanuel-Wallace, April 25, 1993, South Salem, New York.

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Types:Oral histories | Sound recordings | Transcripts | Sound | Text
Subjects:Tureaud, Alexander Pierre, 1899-1972 | Morial, Ernest N. | Tureaud, Alexander Pierre, Jr. | Public universities and colleges--Admission | Joseph S. Clark Senior High School (New Orleans, La.) | Civil rights movements | African Americans--Segregation | Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.)--Students | African American college students--Louisiana--Baton Rouge | Xavier University of Louisiana | Class actions (Civil procedure)--Louisiana | Student housing | Manners and customs--Shaving--Hair | College teachers | College student newspapers and periodicals | Social isolation | African Americans--Periodicals | Racially mixed people--New Orleans (La.) | Johnson Publishing Company (Chicago, Ill.) | United States, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish, Baton Rouge, 30.4507462, -91.154551 | United States, Louisiana, East Baton Rouge Parish, 30.5382396, -91.0956166
Collection:Integration and the Black Experience at LSU
Institution:LSU Libraries Special Collections
Contributors:LSU Libraries. Special Collections
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