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|Title:||Flip Schulke describes his experiences photographing race issues in Mississippi and the south|
Flip Schulke talks about his experiences photographing race related stories in the south. He discusses photographing the admission of the first black student, James Meredith, into the University of Mississippi. The effects of the assassination on Martin Luther King on the protests and marches is talked about. He finishes by discussing the differences between the youth of the 60s and the youth of today, and the effects of the protest movements.
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|Subjects:||King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968--Assassination | Schulke, Flip | Meredith, James, 1933- | King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968 | Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 | Carmichael, Stokely | Photojournalists | Protest marches--Southern States | Youth--United States | African American youth | Civil rights movements--Mississippi--Oxford | Civil rights movements--Mississippi--Oxford | University of Mississippi | Race relations | African Americans--Civil rights | College students--Mississippi--Oxford | School integration--Mississippi--Oxford | African American college students--Mississippi--Oxford | School integration--Massive resistance movement--Mississippi--Oxford | African Americans--Violence against--Alabama--Montgomery | Mobs--Alabama--Montgomery | Mobs--Mississippi--Oxford | Segregationists--Southern States | Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka | Segregation--Southern States | Direct action | Nonviolence | Black power--United States | Spokane (Wash.) | Spokane County (Wash.) | Montgomery (Ala.) | Montgomery County (Ala.) | Oxford (Miss.) | Lafayette County (Miss.)|
|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|
|Online Publisher:||[Spokane, Wash.] : Washington State University | 2001|
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:||http://kaga.wsulibs.wsu.edu/u?/cvoralhist,12|