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|Title:||Emelda and Manuel Brown discuss racial prejudice in Spokane in the 1960s|
Emelda and Manuel Brown talk about their experiences with racial prejudice while raising a family in Spokane, Washington in the 1960s.
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|Subjects:||Brown, Emelda | Brown, Manuel | Civil rights movements--Washington (State)--Spokane | African Americans--Civil rights--Washington (State)--Spokane | Oral history--Washington (State)--Spokane | Race discrimination--Washington (State)--Spokane | Discrimination in housing--Washington (State)--Spokane | Culture shock--Washington (State)--Spokane | Spokane (Wash.)--Race relations | Families of military personnel | Military bases, American--Washington (State)--Spokane | Sit-ins--Southern States | Boycotts--Southern States | Spokane (Wash.), 47.6579425, -117.4212265 | Spokane County (Wash.), 47.5354964, -117.4074674|
|Collection:||Civil Rights Oral History Interviews|
|Institution:||Washington State University's Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections|
|Contributors:||Washington State University. Library. Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections|
Civil Rights Oral History Interviews, Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections, Washington State University, Spokane, Wash.
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Forms part of online collection: Civil Rights Oral History Interviews.
|Persistent Link to Item:||https://content.libraries.wsu.edu/digital/collection/cvoralhist/id/15|