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Sheila S. Coppage grew up in Norfolk, Virginia and attended Northside Middle School. She graduated from high school in 1967, and in 1975 began work for the Public School System of Norfolk. Sheila S. Coppage is interviewed about her experience with school desegregation. The interview took place in Hampton, Virginia.

2012-04-28

Flora D. Crittenden grew up in Newport News, Virginia and graduated from George Washington Carver High School in 1941. She became Director of Guidance Counselors in 1971 for Newport News Public Schools. Flora D. Crittenden is interviewed about her experience with school desegregation. The interview took place in Hampton, Virginia.

2012-04-28

Thursa D. Crittenden grew up in Newport News, Virginia where she lived during the years of school desegregation. Thursa D. Crittenden is interviewed about her experience with school desegregation. The interview took place in Hampton, Virginia.

2012-2013

Artis Croslin lived in Lunenburg County, Virginia during the years of school desegregation. Artis Croslin is interviewed about his experience with school desegregation. The interview took place in Hampton, Virginia.

2012-04-28

Mary K. Day grew up in Lynchburg in Prince Edward County, Virginia and lived in both Lynchburg and Pamplin, Virginia during the years of school desegregation. Mary K. Day is interviewed about her experience with school desegregation. The interview took place in Richmond, Virginia.

2012-05-12

William E. Denny, Sr. grew up in Louisville, Kentucky and was in the U.S. Navy during the years of school desegregation. William E. Denny, Sr. is interviewed about his experience with school desegregation. The interview took place in Melfa, Virginia.

2012-04-14

Terrie Dickerson grew up in Roanoke, Virginia. She attended Roanoke city schools and graduated from high school in 1971. Oral history interview with Terrie Dickerson conducted via Zoom with Ann Jimerson.

2021-02-26

Lynn L. Dodge grew up in Lynchburg, Virginia where she attended E. C. Glass High School. Lynn L. Dodge grew up in Lynchburg, Virginia where she attended E. C. Glass High School. The interview took place in Lynchburg, Virginia.

2012-06-02

Rev. Thurman O. Echols lived in Danville, Virginia during the time of school desegregation. Rev. Thurman O. Echols is interviewed about his experience with school desegregation. The interview took place in Danville, Virginia.

2012-11-10

Lucy Evans Ferrebee grew up in Rockbridge County and Buena Vista, Virginia. She lived in White Plains, New York during the years of school desegregation. Lucy Evans Ferrebee is interviewed about her experience with school desegregation. The interview took place in Lynchburg, Virginia.

2012-06-02

Shirley I. Fleshman grew up in New York City where she lived during the years of school desegregation. Shirley I. Fleshman is interviewed about her experience with school desegregation. The interview took place in Lynchbug, Virginia.

2012-06-02

Cookie Francis grew up in Bucks County and Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and lived there during the years of school desegregation. Cookie Francis is interviewed about her experience with school desegregation in a Northampton County School. The interview took place in Melfa, Virginia.

2012-04-14

Julia Ellen King Freeman grew up in Fairfax County, Virginia where she worked during the years of school desegregation. Julia Ellen King Freeman is interviewed about her experience with school desegregation. The interview took place in Gum Springs, Virginia.

2012-11-02

Suetta Freeman (nee Suetta Jane Dean) grew up in Front Royal, Virginia where she lived during the years of school desegregation. She attended Manassas Regional High and then Warren County High School where she was one of 21 to integrate that school. She graduated in 1962. Suetta Freeman is interviewed about her experience with school desegregation in Warren County, Virginia. The interview took place in Warren County, Virginia.

2016-02-25

Joyce Glaise grew up in Danville, Virginia where she lived during the time of school desegregation. Joyce Glaise is interviewed about her experience with school desegregation. The interview took place in Danville, Virginia.

2012-11-10

S. Dawn Goldstine grew up in Syracuse, New York and served as Superintendent of Northampton County Public Schools in Virginia from 1989-2003. Videotaped oral history interview with Dr. S. Dawn Goldstine who served as Superintendent of Northampton County Public Schools from 1989-2003. Conducted as part of the "School Desegregation: Learn, Preserve, Empower" event. The interview took place on the Eastern Shore, Virginia.

2014-03-29

Clyde Hagwood grew up in Newport News, Virginia. One of eighteen videotaped oral history interviews with members of George Washington Carver Alumni Association discussing school desegregation. The interview took place in Newport News, Virginia.

2013-04-06

Dave Hardin grew up in Lansdowne, Pennsylvania and began teaching at George Washington High School in Danville, Virginia in 1960. Dave Hardin is interviewed about his experience with school desegregation. The interview took place in Danville, Virginia.

2012-11-10

L. Barbara McDaniel Harris grew up in Richmond, Virginia and lived in Plainfield, New Jersey during the years of school desegregation. L. Barbara McDaniel Harris is interviewed about her experience with school desegregation. The interview took place in Richmond, Virginia.

2012-05-12

Violet Johnson Harris grew up in Kenbridge, Virginia during the years of desegregation of Virginia's schools. She attended Lunenburg High School (1962-66) and graduated from Central High School in 1967 in Victoria, Virginia. Oral history interview with Violet Johnson Harris conducted via Zoom with Ann Jimerson.

2020-05-11

James Hawkins grew up in Newport News, Virginia. One of eighteen videotaped oral history interviews with members of George Washington Carver Alumni Association discussing school desegregation. The interview took place in Newport News, Virginia.

2013-04-06

Pamela Hazelwood grew up in Richmond, Virginia. Pamela Hazelwood tells the story of her great grandfather, Lucian Hunter. He was a farmer and the son of a slave who purchased and provided transportation for black kids to go to school in Hanover County, Virginia in the 1930s. The interview took place in Richmond, Virginia.

2012-05-12

Maurice A. Henderson grew up in Richmond, Virginia where he lived during the years of school desegregation. Maurice A. Henderson is interviewed about his experience with school desegregation. The interview took place in Richmond, Virginia.

2012-05-12

Frances Henson grew up in Newport News, Virginia. One of eighteen videotaped oral history interviews with members of George Washington Carver Alumni Association discussing school desegregation. The interview took place in Newport News, Virginia.

2013-04-06

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