For this book Terkel interviewed a cross-section of Americans about their views on race. Though many interviews center in Chicago, people discuss experiences growing up in various locations, their migration experiences from the southern United States, and how they understood racial changes at different points in their lives. Terkel chose to interview people who regularly cross racial lines through their work such as physicians, nurses, and social workers; and those who have to lead others in their thinking such as teachers and preachers. He questioned activists in both national civil rights movements and grass roots assistance organizations. He interviewed students in integrated schools, welfare recipients, and homeowners who watched their neighborhoods change. He frequently inquires if their experience is based on issues of class or issues of race.

Quotes from the Introduction:

Terkel writes: "My wife was driving down the street in a black neighborhood. The people at the corners were all gesticulating at her. She was very frightened, turned up the windows, and drove determinedly. She discovered after several blocks, she was going the wrong way on a one-way street and they were trying to help her. Her assumption was they blacks and out to get her. Mind you, she's a very enlightened person. You'd never associate her with racism, yet her first reaction was that they were dangerous."

"'My father is the kindest, sweetest man you ever wanted to know,' says another black woman. She writes for a trade journal. 'He's very dark-skinned. It infuriates me to think that some little white woman would get on the elevator with my father and assume, just by the color of his skin, that he is going to harm her, and clutch her purse tighter. To think that my father, who's worked hard all his life, put us through school, loves us, took care of us-to think that she would clutch her purse because he's there. The thought makes me so angry.'"

"'I went through a bad time,' recalls a fireman's wife. 'I felt like being white middle-class had a stigma to it. Everything was our fault. Every time I turned on the TV, it would be constant trying to send me on a guilt trip because I had a decent life. I was sick of people making the connotation that because I was raising a good family, I was responsible for the ills of the world. The white middle class was getting a bum rap. Even when I went to church, I was angry.'"

"'What I found fascinating is the tragically humorous condition of northern whites. The civil rights movement made the white ethnic groups more democratic. The Poles, Jews, Italians, and Irish could all get together in their hostility to the blacks. It has become another aspect of the democratic creed. Being white in America made them feel equal to all other whites, as long as the black man was down below.'"

"'I think you become an adult when you reach a point where you don't need anyone underneath you. When you can look at yourself and say, "I'm okay the way I am." One of the things that keeps my class of people from having any vision is race hatred. You're so busy hating somebody else, you're not going to realize how beautiful you are and how much you destroy all that 's good in the world.'"

Copyright © 1992 Race: How Blacks and Whites Think and Feel About the American Obsession. Reprinted by permission of The New Press.

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Interview with Marvin Jackson - Part 5
File Name: terkel-a0a0b8-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Marvin Jackson (pseudonym, William Freeman), an African American, about his experiences with racism in high school and college.
Keywords: Jackson, Marvin, Freeman, William, Students, racism, United States, Race relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Jackson, Marvin

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Interview with Maggie Holmes - Part 1
File Name: terkel-a0a0b9-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Maggie Holmes, an African American domestic worker who shares her views on racism in the United States.
Keywords: Holmes, Maggie, African Americans, Illinois, Chicago, racism, United States, Race relations, welfare, integration
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Holmes, Maggie

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Interview with Maggie Holmes - Part 2
File Name: terkel-a0a0c0-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Maggie Holmes, an African American domestic worker who shares her views on racism in the United States.
Keywords: Holmes, Maggie, African Americans, Illinois, Chicago, racism, United States, Race relations, welfare, integration
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Holmes, Maggie

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Interview with Maggie Holmes - Part 3
File Name: terkel-a0a0c1-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Maggie Holmes, an African American domestic worker who shares her views on racism in the United States.
Keywords: Holmes, Maggie, African Americans, Illinois, Chicago, racism, United States, Race relations, welfare, integration
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Holmes, Maggie

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Interview with Maggie Holmes - Part 4
File Name: terkel-a0a0c2-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Maggie Holmes, an African American domestic worker who shares her views on racism in the United States.
Keywords: Holmes, Maggie, African Americans, Illinois, Chicago, racism, United States, Race relations, welfare, integration
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Holmes, Maggie

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Interview with Claire Hellstern - Part 1
File Name: terkel-a0a0c3-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Claire Hellstern, a nurse who ran a health clinic near Chicago?s inner city public housing projects.
Keywords: Hellstern, Claire, nurses, Illinois, Chicago, Public housing, racism, United States, Race relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Hellstern, Claire

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Interview with Claire Hellstern - Part 2
File Name: terkel-a0a0c4-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Claire Hellstern, a nurse who ran a health clinic near Chicago?s inner city public housing projects.
Keywords: Hellstern, Claire, nurses, Illinois, Chicago, Public housing, racism, United States, Race relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Hellstern, Claire

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Interview with Claire Hellstern - Part 3
File Name: terkel-a0a0c5-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Claire Hellstern, a nurse who ran a health clinic near Chicago?s inner city public housing projects.
Keywords: Hellstern, Claire, nurses, Illinois, Chicago, Public housing, racism, United States, Race relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Hellstern, Claire

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Interview with Claire Hellstern - Part 4
File Name: terkel-a0a0c6-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Claire Hellstern, a nurse who ran a health clinic near Chicago?s inner city public housing projects.
Keywords: Hellstern, Claire, nurses, Illinois, Chicago, Public Housing, racism, United States, Race relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Hellstern, Claire

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Interview with Joseph Boone - Part 1
File Name: terkel-a0a0c7-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Joseph Boone, an African American housepainter and decorator, who recalls his school days at Metro High School in Chicago (Ill.) and following the leadership of Minister Louis Farrakhan.
Keywords: Boone, Joseph, Farrakhan, Louis, African Americans, Illinois, Chicago metropolitan area, Students, racism, United States, Race relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Boone, Joseph

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Interview with Joseph Boone - Part 2
File Name: terkel-a0a0c8-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Joseph Boone, an African American housepainter and decorator, who recalls his school days at Metro High School in Chicago (Ill.) and following the leadership of Minister Louis Farrakhan.
Keywords: Boone, Joseph, Farrakhan, Louis, African Americans, Illinois, Chicago metropolitan area, Students, racism, Race relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Boone, Joseph

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Interview with Joseph Boone - Part 3
File Name: terkel-a0a0c9-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Joseph Boone, an African American housepainter and decorator, who recalls his school days at Metro High School in Chicago (Ill.) and following the leadership of Minister Louis Farrakhan.
Keywords: Boone, Joseph, Farrakhan, Louis, African Americans, Illinois, Chicago metropolitan area, Students, racism, United States, Race relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Boone, Joseph

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Interview with Joseph Boone - Part 4
File Name: terkel-a0a0d0-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Joseph Boone, an African American housepainter and decorator, who recalls his school days at Metro High School in Chicago (Ill.) and following the leadership of Minister Louis Farrakhan.
Keywords: Boone, Joseph, Farrakhan, Louis, African Americans, Illinois, Chicago metropolitan area, Students, racism, United States, Race relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Boone, Joseph

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Interview with Lynda Wright - Part 1
File Name: terkel-a0a0d1-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Lynda Wright, an African American mother who recalls experiences with racism and public aid in Chicago (Ill.)
Keywords: African Americans, United States, racism, Race relations, welfare, Wright, Lynda
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Wright, Lynda

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Interview with Lynda Wright - Part 2
File Name: terkel-a0a0d2-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Lynda Wright, an African American mother who recalls experiences with racism and public aid in Chicago (Ill.)
Keywords: Wright, Lynda, African Americans, United States, racism, Race relations, welfare
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Wright, Lynda

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Interview with Lynda Wright - Part 3
File Name: terkel-a0a0d3-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Lynda Wright, an African American mother who recalls experiences with racism and public aid in Chicago (Ill.)
Keywords: Wright, Lynda, African Americans, United States, racism, Race relations, welfare
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Wright, Lynda

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Interview with Lynda Wright - Part 4
File Name: terkel-a0a0d4-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Lynda Wright, an African American mother who recalls experiences with racism and public aid in Chicago (Ill.)
Keywords: Wright, Lynda, African Americans, United States, racism, Race relations., welfare
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Wright, Lynda

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Interview with Leola Spann - Part 1
File Name: terkel-a0a0d5-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Leola Spann, an African American resident of Chicago?s far West side, who is Director of the North Austin Council, an organization that provides assistance to first-time home owners.
Keywords: Spann, Leola, Northwest Austin Council, African Americans, Illinois, Chicago metropolitan area, racism, United States, Race relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Spann, Leola

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Interview with Leola Spann - Part 2
File Name: terkel-a0a0d6-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Leola Spann, an African American resident of Chicago?s far West side, who is Director of the North Austin Council, an organization that provides assistance to first-time home owners.
Keywords: Spann, Leola, Northwest Austin Council, African Americans, Illinois, Chicago metropolitan area, racism, United States, Race relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Spann, Leola

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Interview with Leola Spann - Part 3
File Name: terkel-a0a0d7-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Leola Spann, an African American resident of Chicago?s far West side, who is Director of the North Austin Council, an organization that provides assistance to first-time home owners.
Keywords: Spann, Leola, Northwest Austin Council, African Americans, Illinois, Chicago metropolitan area, racism, United States, Race relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Spann, Leola

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Interview with Leola Spann - Part 4
File Name: terkel-a0a0d8-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Leola Spann, an African American resident of Chicago?s far West side, who is Director of the North Austin Council, an organization that provides assistance to first-time home owners.
Keywords: Spann, Leola, Northwest Austin Council, African Americans, Illinois, Chicago metropolitan area, racism, United States, Race relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Spann, Leola

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Interview with Leola Spann - Part 5
File Name: terkel-a0a0d9-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Leola Spann, an African American resident of Chicago?s far West side, who is Director of the North Austin Council, an organization that provides assistance to first-time home owners.
Keywords: Spann, Leola, Northwest Austin Council, African Americans, Illinois, Chicago metropolitan area, racism, United States, Race relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Spann, Leola

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Interview with Timuel Black - Part 1
File Name: terkel-a0a0e0-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Timuel Black, an African American teacher retired from the Chicago public schools, who discusses the role African American migrations from the Southern United States play in race relations.
Keywords: Black, Timuel, teachers, United States, racism, Race relations, migrations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Black, Timuel

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Interview with Timuel Black - Part 2
File Name: terkel-a0a0e1-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Timuel Black, an African American teacher retired from the Chicago public schools, who discusses the role African American migrations from the Southern United States play in race relations.
Keywords: Black, Timuel, teachers, United States, racism, Race relations, migrations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Black, Timuel

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Interview with Timuel Black - Part 3
File Name: terkel-a0a0e2-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Timuel Black, an African American teacher retired from the Chicago public schools, who discusses the role African American migrations from the Southern United States play in race relations.
Keywords: Black, Timuel, teachers, United States, racism, Race relations, migrations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Black, Timuel

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Interview with Timuel Black - Part 4
File Name: terkel-a0a0e3-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Timuel Black, an African American teacher retired from the Chicago public schools, who discusses the role African American migrations from the Southern United States play in race relations.
Keywords: Black, Timuel, teachers, United States, racism, Race relations, migrations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Black, Timuel

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Interview with Will D. Campbell - Part 1
File Name: terkel-a0a1t7-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Will D. Campbell, an African American clergyman living in Mt. Juliet, Tenn. about the civil rights movement.
Keywords: Campbell, Will D., African Americans, Clergy, United States Race Relations, Mt. Juliet, Tennesee, Chicago, Illinois
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Campbell, Will D.

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Interview with Will D. Campbell - Part 2
File Name: terkel-a0a1t8-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Will D. Campbell, an African American clergyman living in Mt. Juliet, Tenn. about the civil rights movement.
Keywords: Campbell, Will D., African Americans, Clergy, United States Race Relations, Mt. Juliet, Tennesee, Chicago, Illinois
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Campbell, Will D.

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Interview with Will D. Campbell - Part 3
File Name: terkel-a0a1t9-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Will D. Campbell, an African American clergyman living in Mt. Juliet, Tenn. about the civil rights movement.
Keywords: Campbell, Will D., African Americans, clergy, United States Race Relations, Mt. Juliet, Tennesee, Chicago, Illinois
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Interview with Will D. Campbell - Part 4
File Name: terkel-a0a1u0-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Will D. Campbell, an African American clergyman living in Mt. Juliet, Tenn. about the civil rights movement.
Keywords: Campbell, Will D., African Americans, clergy, United States Race Relations, Mt. Juliet, Tennesee, Chicago, Illinois
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Campbell, Will D.

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Interview with Little Dovie Thurman - Part 1
File Name: terkel-a0a1u1-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Little Dovie Thurman, an African American resident of Chicago?s Uptown neighborhood, who discusses her participation with community groups and welfare-rights programs.
Keywords: Thurman, Little Dovie, African Americans, United States Race Relations, Racism, Chicago, Illinois
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Thurman, Little Dovie

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Interview with Little Dovie Thurman - Part 2
File Name: terkel-a0a1u2-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Little Dovie Thurman, an African American resident of Chicago?s Uptown neighborhood, who discusses her participation with community groups and welfare-rights programs.
Keywords: Thurman, LIttle Dovie, African Americans, United States Race Relations, Racism, Chicago, Illinois
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Thurman, Little Dovie

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Interview with Little Dovie Thurman - Part 3
File Name: terkel-a0a1u3-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Little Dovie Thurman, an African American resident of Chicago?s Uptown neighborhood, who discusses her participation with community groups and welfare-rights programs.
Keywords: Thurman, Little Dovie, African Americans, United States Race Relations, Racism, Chicago, Illinois
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Thurman, LIttle Dovie

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Interview with Little Dovie Thurman - Part 4
File Name: terkel-a0a1v7-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Little Dovie Thurman, an African American resident of Chicago's Uptown neighborhood, who discusses her participation with community groups and welfare-rights programs.
Keywords: Thurman, Little Dovie, African Americans, United States Race Relations, Racism, Chicago, Illinois
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Thurman, Little Dovie

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Interview with Little Dovie Thurman - Part 5
File Name: terkel-a0a1v8-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Little Dovie Thurman, an African American resident of Chicago's Uptown neighborhood, who discusses her participation with community groups and welfare-rights programs.
Keywords: Thurman, Little Dovie, African Americans, United States Race Relations, Racism, Chicago, Illinois
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Thurman, Little Dovie

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Interview with Little Dovie Thurman - Part 6
File Name: terkel-a0a1v9-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Little Dovie Thurman, an African American resident of Chicago's Uptown neighborhood, who discusses her participation with community groups and welfare-rights programs.
Keywords: Thurman, Little Dovie, African Americans, United States Race Relations, Racism, Chicago, Illinois
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Thurman, Little Dovie

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Interview with Joseph Lattimore - Part 1
File Name: terkel-a0a1w0-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Joseph Lattimore, an African American insurance broker who recalls his experiences with racism in Mississippi and Chicago.
Keywords: Lattimore, Joseph, African Americans, United States Race Relations, Racism, Chicago, Illinois
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Lattimore, Joseph

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Interview with Joseph Lattimore - Part 2
File Name: terkel-a0a1w1-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Jospeh Lattimore, an African American insurance broker who reclass his experiences with racisn in Mississippi and Chicago.
Keywords: Lattimore, Joseph, African Americans, United States Race Relations, Racism, Chicago, Illinois
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Lattimore, Joseph

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Interview with Joseph Lattimore - Part 3
File Name: terkel-a0a1w2-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Joseph Lattimore, an African American insurance broker who recalls his experiences with racism in Mississippi and Chicago.
Keywords: Lattimore, Joseph, African Americans, United States Race Relations, Racism, Chicago, Illinois
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Lattimore, Joseph

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Interview with Joseph Lattimore - Part 4
File Name: terkel-a0a1w3-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Joseph Lattimore, an African American insurance broker who recalls his experiences with racism in Mississippi and Chicago.
Keywords: Lattimore, Joseph, African Americans, United States Race Relations, Racism, Chicago, Illinois
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Lattimore, Joseph

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Interview with Mamie Mobley - Part 1
File Name: terkel-a0a1w4-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Mamie Mobley, the African American mother of 14-year old Emmett Till who was killed in a racial incident in Mississippi, and a teacher for the Chicago Public Schools.
Keywords: Mobley, Mamie, Teachers, United States Race Relations, Racism
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Mobley, Mamie

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Interview with Mamie Mobley - Part 2
File Name: terkel-a0a1w5-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Mamie Mobley, the African American mother of 14-year old Emmett Till who was killed in a racial incident in Mississippi, and a teaches for the Chicago Publis Schools.
Keywords: Mobley, Mamie, Teachers, United States Race Relations, Racism
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Mobley, Mamie

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Interview with Mamie Mobley - Part 3
File Name: terkel-a0a1w6-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Mamie Mobley, the African American mother of 14-year old Emmett Till who was killed in a racial incident in Mississippi, and a teacher for the Chicago Public Schools.
Keywords: Mobley, Mamie, Teachers, United States Race Relations, Racism
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Mobley, Mamie

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Interview with Mamie Mobley - Part 4
File Name: terkel-a0a1w7-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Mamie Mobley, the African American mother of 14-year old Emmett Till who was killed in a racial incident in Mississippi, and a teacher for the Chicago Public Schools.
Keywords: Mobley, Mamie, Teachers, United States Race Relations, Racism
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Mobley, Mamie

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Interview with Mamie Mobley - Part 5
File Name: terkel-a0a1w8-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Mamie Mobley, the African American mother of 14-year old Emmett Till who was killed in a racial incident in Mississippi, and a teacher for the Chicago Publis Schools.
Keywords: Mobley, Mamie, Teachers, Unites States Race Relations, Racisn
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Mobley, Mamie

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Interview with Richie Davis - Part 1
File Name: terkel-a0a1w9-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Richie Davis who grew up near South Chicago and recalls his personal changes during the time his neighborhood and his school became predominantly African American.
Keywords: Davis, Richie, Jews, Students, Racism, United States Race Relations, Chicago, Illinois
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Davis, Richie

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Interview with Richie Davis - Part 2
File Name: terkel-a0a1x0-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Richie Davis who grew up near South Chicago and recalls his personal changes during the time his neighborhood and his school became predominantly African American.
Keywords: Davis, Richie, Jews, Students, Racism, Unites States Race Relations, Chicago, Illinois
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Davis, Richie

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Interview with Richie Davis - Part 3
File Name: terkel-a0a1x1-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Richie Davis who grew up near South Chicago and recalls his personal changes during the time his neighborhood and his school became predominantly African American.
Keywords: Davis, RIchie, Jews, Students, Racism, United States Race Relations, Chicago, Illinois
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Davis, Richie

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Interview with Richie Davis - Part 4
File Name: terkel-a0a1x2-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Richie Davis who grew up near South Chicago and recalls his personal changes during the time his neighborhood and his school became predominantly African American.
Keywords: Davis, Richie, Jews, Students, Racism, United States Race Relations, Chicago, Illinois
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Davis, Richie

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Interview with Father Leonard Dubi - Part 1
File Name: terkel-a0a1x4-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Father Leonard Dubi, a priest at St. Anne?s Catholic Church in Hazelcrest (Ill.) and a civil rights activist in his community.
Keywords: Dubi, Father Leonard, St. Anne's Catholic Church, Clergy, Hazelcrest, Illinois, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Dubi, Father Leonard

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Interview with Father Leonard Dubi - Part 2
File Name: terkel-a0a1x5-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Father Leonard Dubi, a priest at St. Anne?s Catholic Church in Hazelcrest (Ill.) and a civil rights activist in his community.
Keywords: Dubi, Father Leonard, St. Anne's Catholic Church, Clergy, Hazelcrest, Illinois, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Dubi, Father Leonard

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Interview with Father Leonard Dubi - Part 3
File Name: terkel-a0a1x6-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Father Leonard Dubi, a priest at St. Anne?s Catholic Church in Hazelcrest (Ill.) and a civil rights activist in his community.
Keywords: Dubi, Father Leonard, St. Anne's Catholic Church, Clergy, Hazelcrest, Illinois, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Dubi, Father Leonard

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Interview with Father Leonard Dubi - Part 4
File Name: terkel-a0a1x7-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Father Leonard Dubi, a priest at St. Anne?s Catholic Church in Hazelcrest (Ill.) and a civil rights activist in his community.
Keywords: Dubi, Father Leonard, St. Anne's Catholic Church, Clergy, Hazelcrest, Illinois, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Dubi, Father Leonard

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Interview with Leo and Vera King - Part 1
File Name: terkel-a0a1x8-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Leo and Vera King, a bi-racial couple who resides in Oak Park (Ill.) and who were active in the civil rights movement.
Keywords: King, Leo, King, Vera, African Americans, Illinois, Oak Park, physicians, Chicago metropolitan area, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): King, Leo
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Interview with Leo and Vera King - Part 2
File Name: terkel-a0a1x9-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Leo and Vera King, a bi-racial couple who resides in Oak Park (Ill.) and who were active in the civil rights movement.
Keywords: King, Leo, King, Vera, African Americans, Illinois, Oak Park, physicians, Chicago metropolitan area, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): King, Leo
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Interview with Leo and Vera King - Part 3
File Name: terkel-a0a1y0-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Leo and Vera King, a bi-racial couple who resides in Oak Park (Ill.) and who were active in the civil rights movement.
Keywords: King, Leo, King, Vera, African Americans, Illinois, Oak Park, physicians, Chicago metropolitan area, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): King, Leo
King, Vera

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Interview with Leo and Vera King - Part 4
File Name: terkel-a0a1y1-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Leo and Vera King, a bi-racial couple who resides in Oak Park (Ill.) and who were active in the civil rights movement.
Keywords: King, Leo, King, Vera, African Americans, Illinois, Oak Park, physicians, Chicago metropolitan area, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): King, Leo
King, Vera

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Interview with Leo and Vera King - Part 5
File Name: terkel-a0a1y2-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Leo and Vera King, a bi-racial couple who resides in Oak Park (Ill.) and who were active in the civil rights movement.
Keywords: King, Leo, King, Vera, African Americans, Illinois, Oak Park, physicians, Chicago metropolitan area, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): King, Leo
King, Vera

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Interview with Leo and Vera King - Part 6
File Name: terkel-a0a1y3-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Leo and Vera King, a bi-racial couple who resides in Oak Park (Ill.) and who were active in the civil rights movement.
Keywords: King, Leo, King, Vera, African Americans, Illinois, Oak Park, physicians, Chicago metropolitan area, racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): King, Leo
King, Vera

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Interview with Leo and Vera King - Part 7
File Name: terkel-a0a1y4-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Leo and Vera King, a bi-racial couple who resides in Oak Park (Ill.) and who were active in the civil rights movement.
Keywords: King, Leo, King, Vera, African Americans, Illinois, Oak Park, physicians, Chicago metropolitan area, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): King, Leo
King, Vera

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Interview with Leo and Vera King - Part 8
File Name: terkel-a0a1y5-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Leo and Vera King, a bi-racial couple who resides in Oak Park (Ill.) and who were active in the civil rights movement.
Keywords: King, Leo, King, Vera, African Americans, Illinois, Oak Park, physicians, Chicago metropolitan area, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): King, Leo
King, Vera

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Interview with Leo and Vera King - Part 9
File Name: terkel-a0a1y6-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Leo and Vera King, a bi-racial couple who resides in Oak Park (Ill.) and who were active in the civil rights movement.
Keywords: King, Leo, King, Vera, African Americans, Illinois, Oak Park, physicians, Chicago metropolitan area, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): King, Leo
King, Vera

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Interview with Jim and Kathy Kish - Part 1
File Name: terkel-a0a1y7-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Jim and Kathy Kish, a married couple from Hazelcrest (Ill.) who recalls their experiences with racism.
Keywords: Kish, Jim, Kish, Kathy, couples, Hazelcrest, Illinois, Racism, United States Race Relations, integrated community
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Kish, Jim
Kish, Kathy

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Interview with Jim and Kathy Kish - Part 2
File Name: terkel-a0a1y8-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Jim and Kathy Kish, a married couple from Hazelcrest (Ill.) who recalls their experiences with racism.
Keywords: Kish, Jim, Kish, Kathy, couples, Hazelcrest, Illinois, Racism, United States Race Relations, integrated community
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Kish, Jim
Kish, Kathy

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Interview with Jim and Kathy Kish - Part 3
File Name: terkel-a0a1y9-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Jim and Kathy Kish, a married couple from Hazelcrest (Ill.) who recalls their experiences with racism.
Keywords: Kish, Jim, Kish, Kathy, couples, Hazelcrest, Illinois, Racism, United States Race Relations, integrated community
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Kish, Jim
Kish, Kathy

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Interview with Jim and Kathy Kish - Part 4
File Name: terkel-a0a1z0-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Jim and Kathy Kish, a married couple from Hazelcrest (Ill.) who recalls their experiences with racism.
Keywords: Kish, Jim, Kish, Kathy, couples, Hazelcrest, Illinois, Racism, United States Race Relations, integrated community
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Kish, Jim
Kish, Kathy

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Interview with Jim and Kathy Kish - Part 5
File Name: terkel-a0a1z1-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Jim and Kathy Kish, a married couple from Hazelcrest (Ill.) who recalls their experiences with racism.
Keywords: Kish, Jim, Kish, Kathy, couples, Hazelcrest, Illinois, Racism, United States Race Relations, integrated community
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Kish, Jim
Kish, Kathy

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Interview with Peggy Terry - Part 1
File Name: terkel-a0a1z2-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Peggy Terry, a migrant worker from the southern United States, and a civil rights activist in Chicago (Ill.).
Keywords: Terry, Peggy, Migrant labor, Racism, United States Race Relations, economic challenges
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Terry, Peggy

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Interview with Peggy Terry - Part 2
File Name: terkel-a0a1z3-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Peggy Terry, a migrant worker from the southern United States, and a civil rights activist in Chicago (Ill.).
Keywords: Terry, Peggy, Migrant labor, Racism, United States Race Relations, economic challenges
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Terry, Peggy

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Interview with Peggy Terry - Part 3
File Name: terkel-a0a1z4-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Peggy Terry, a migrant worker from the southern United States, and a civil rights activist in Chicago (Ill.).
Keywords: Terry, Peggy, Migrant labor, Racism, United States Race Relations, economic challenges
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Terry, Peggy

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Interview with Peggy Terry - Part 4
File Name: terkel-a0a1z5-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Peggy Terry, a migrant worker from the southern United States, and a civil rights activist in Chicago (Ill.).
Keywords: Terry, Peggy, Migrant labor, Racism, United States Race Relations, economic challenges
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Terry, Peggy

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Interview with Peggy Terry - Part 5
File Name: terkel-a0a1z6-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Peggy Terry, a migrant worker from the southern United States, and a civil rights activist in Chicago (Ill.).
Keywords: Terry, Peggy, migrant labor, Racism, United States Race Relations, economic challenges
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Terry, Peggy

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Interview with Betty Rundle - Part 1
File Name: terkel-a0a1z7-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Betty Rundle, an Irish American retired parochial school teacher recalls living in a racially changed neighborhood in Chicago (Ill).
Keywords: Rundle, Betty, Irish Americans, Chicago, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Rundle, Betty

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Interview with Betty Rundle - Part 2
File Name: terkel-a0a1z8-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Betty Rundle, an Irish American retired parochial school teacher recalls living in a racially changed neighborhood in Chicago (Ill).
Keywords: Rundle, Betty, Irish Americans, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Rundle, Betty

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Interview with Betty Rundle - Part 3
File Name: terkel-a0a1z9-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Betty Rundle, an Irish American retired parochial school teacher recalls living in a racially changed neighborhood in Chicago (Ill).
Keywords: Rundle, Betty, Irish Americans, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Rundle, Betty

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Interview with Betty Rundle - Part 4
File Name: terkel-a0a2a0-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Betty Rundle, an Irish American retired parochial school teacher recalls living in a racially changed neighborhood in Chicago (Ill).
Keywords: Rundle, Betty, Irish Americans, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Rundle, Betty

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Interview with Dr. Kenneth Clark - Part 1
File Name: terkel-a0a2a1-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Betty Rundle, an Irish American retired parochial school teacher recalls living in a racially changed neighborhood in Chicago (Ill).
Keywords: Clark, Kenneth, African Americans, Psychologists, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Clark, Kenneth

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Interview with Dr. Kenneth Clark - Part 2
File Name: terkel-a0a2a2-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Betty Rundle, an Irish American retired parochial school teacher recalls living in a racially changed neighborhood in Chicago (Ill).
Keywords: Clark, Kenneth, African Americans, Psychologists, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Clark, Kenneth

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Interview with Dr. Kenneth Clark - Part 3
File Name: terkel-a0a2a3-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Betty Rundle, an Irish American retired parochial school teacher recalls living in a racially changed neighborhood in Chicago (Ill).
Keywords: Clark, Kenneth, African Americans, Psychologists, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Clark, Kenneth

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Interview with Dr. Kenneth Clark - Part 4
File Name: terkel-a0a2a4-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Betty Rundle, an Irish American retired parochial school teacher recalls living in a racially changed neighborhood in Chicago (Ill).
Keywords: Clark, Kenneth, African Americans, Psychologists, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Clark, Kenneth

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Interview with Dr. Kenneth Clark - Part 5
File Name: terkel-a0a2a5-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Betty Rundle, an Irish American retired parochial school teacher recalls living in a racially changed neighborhood in Chicago (Ill).
Keywords: Clark, Kenneth, African Americans, Psychologists, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Clark, Kenneth

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Interview with Reverand C. T. Vivian - Part 1
File Name: terkel-a0a2a6-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Rev. C. T. Vivian, an African American spiritual leader who recalls his experiences with racism in Chicago (Ill.).
Keywords: Vivian, C. T., African Americans, Chicago, Clergy, Racism, United States Race Relations, civil rights movement
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Vivian, C. T.

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Interview with Reverand C. T. Vivian - Part 2
File Name: terkel-a0a2a7-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Rev. C. T. Vivian, an African American spiritual leader who recalls his experiences with racism in Chicago (Ill.).
Keywords: Vivian, C. T., African Americans, Chicago, Clergy, Racism, United States Race Relations, civil rights movement
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Vivian, C. T.

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Interview with Reverand C. T. Vivian - Part 3
File Name: terkel-a0a2a8-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Rev. C. T. Vivian, an African American spiritual leader who recalls his experiences with racism in Chicago (Ill.).
Keywords: Vivian, C. T., African Americans, Chicago, Clergy, Racism, United States Race Relations, civil rights movement
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Vivian, C. T.

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Interview with Reverand C. T. Vivian - Part 4
File Name: terkel-a0a2a9-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Rev. C. T. Vivian, an African American spiritual leader who recalls his experiences with racism in Chicago (Ill.).
Keywords: Vivian, C. T., African Americans, Chicago, Clergy, Racism, United States Race Relations, civil rights movement
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Vivian, C. T.

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Interview with Reverand C. T. Vivian - Part 5
File Name: terkel-a0a2b0-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Rev. C. T. Vivian, an African American spiritual leader who recalls his experiences with racism in Chicago (Ill.).
Keywords: Vivian, C. T., African Americans, Chicago, Clergy, Racism, United States Race Relations, civil rights movement
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Vivian, C. T.

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Interview with Reverand C. T. Vivian - Part 6
File Name: terkel-a0a2b1-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Rev. C. T. Vivian, an African American spiritual leader who recalls his experiences with racism in Chicago (Ill.).
Keywords: Vivian, C. T., African Americans, Chicago, Clergy, Racism, United States Race Relations, civil rights movement
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Vivian, C. T.

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Interview with Reverand C. T. Vivian - Part 7
File Name: terkel-a0a2b2-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Rev. C. T. Vivian, an African American spiritual leader who recalls his experiences with racism in Chicago (Ill.).
Keywords: Vivian, C. T., African Americans, Chicago, Clergy, Racism, United States Race Relations, civil rights movement
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Vivian, C. T.

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Interview with Quinn Brisben - Part 1
File Name: terkel-a0a2b3-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Quinn Brisben, a Chicago public high school teacher who lives and works in predominantly African American neighborhoods.
Keywords: Brisben, Quinn, Teachers, Chicago, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Brisben, Quinn

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Interview with Quinn Brisben - Part 2
File Name: terkel-a0a2b4-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Quinn Brisben, a Chicago public high school teacher who lives and works in predominantly African American neighborhoods.
Keywords: Brisben, Quinn, Teachers, Chicago, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Brisben, Quinn

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Interview with Quinn Brisben - Part 3
File Name: terkel-a0a2b5-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Quinn Brisben, a Chicago public high school teacher who lives and works in predominantly African American neighborhoods.
Keywords: Brisben, Quinn, Teachers, Chicago, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Brisben, Quinn

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Interview with Quinn Brisben - Part 4
File Name: terkel-a0a2b6-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Quinn Brisben, a Chicago public high school teacher who lives and works in predominantly African American neighborhoods.
Keywords: Brisben, Quinn, Teachers, Chicago, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Brisben, Quinn

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Interview with Quinn Brisben - Part 5
File Name: terkel-a0a2b7-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Quinn Brisben, a Chicago public high school teacher who lives and works in predominantly African American neighborhoods.
Keywords: Brisben, Quinn, Teachers, Chicago, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Brisben, Quinn

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Interview with Quinn Brisben - Part 6
File Name: terkel-a0a2b8-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Quinn Brisben, a Chicago public high school teacher who lives and works in predominantly African American neighborhoods.
Keywords: Brisben, Quinn, Teachers, Chicago, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Brisben, Quinn

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Interview with Quinn Brisben - Part 7
File Name: terkel-a0a2b9-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Quinn Brisben, a Chicago public high school teacher who lives and works in predominantly African American neighborhoods.
Keywords: Brisben, Quinn, Teachers, Chicago, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Brisben, Quinn

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Interview with Claire Hellstern - Part 5
File Name: terkel-a0a2c0-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Claire Hellstern, a nurse who ran a health clinic near Chicago's inner city public housing projects.
Keywords: Hellstern, Claire, nurses, Chicago, Public housing, racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Hellstern, Claire

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Interview with Claire Hellstern - Part 6
File Name: terkel-a0a2c1-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Claire Hellstern, a nurse who ran a health clinic near Chicago's inner city public housing projects.
Keywords: Hellstern, Claire, nurses, Chicago, Public Housing, racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Hellstern, Claire

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Interview with Ron Maydon - Part 1
File Name: terkel-a0a2c2-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Ron Maydon, a Mexican American who discusses how Hispanics relate to black-white race relations.
Keywords: Maydon, Ron, Mexican Americans, Chicago, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Maydon, Ron

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Interview with Ron Maydon - Part 2
File Name: terkel-a0a2c3-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Ron Maydon, a Mexican American who discusses how Hispanics relate to black-white race relations.
Keywords: Maydon, Ron, Mexican Americans, Chicago, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Maydon, Ron

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Interview with Ron Maydon - Part 3
File Name: terkel-a0a2c4-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Ron Maydon, a Mexican American who discusses how Hispanics relate to black-white race relations.
Keywords: Maydon, Ron, Mexican Americans, Chicago, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Maydon, Ron

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Interview with Ron Maydon - Part 4
File Name: terkel-a0a2c5-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Ron Maydon, a Mexican American who discusses how Hispanics relate to black-white race relations.
Keywords: Maydon, Ron, Mexican Americans, Chicago, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Maydon, Ron

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Interview with Ron Maydon - Part 5
File Name: terkel-a0a2c6-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Ron Maydon, a Mexican American who discusses how Hispanics relate to black-white race relations.
Keywords: Maydon, Ron, Mexican Americans, Chicago, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Maydon, Ron

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Interview with Ron Maydon - Part 6
File Name: terkel-a0a2c7-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Ron Maydon, a Mexican American who discusses how Hispanics relate to black-white race relations.
Keywords: Maydon, Ron, Mexican Americans, Chicago, Racism, United States Race Relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Maydon, Ron

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Interview with Dawn Kelly - Part 1
File Name: terkel-a0a0a9-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Dawn Kelly, an African American student activist and president of the student government at University of Illinois at Chicago.
Keywords: Kelly, Dawn, African Americans, Illinois, Chicago, Students, Racism, United States, race relations, activist
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Kelly, Dawn

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Interview with Dawn Kelly - Part 2
File Name: terkel-a0a0b0-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Dawn Kelly, an African American student activist and president of the student government at University of Illinois at Chicago.
Keywords: Kelly, Dawn, African Americans, Illinois, Chicago, Students, racism, United States, Race relations, activist
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Kelly, Dawn

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Interview with Dawn Kelly - Part 3
File Name: terkel-a0a0b1-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Dawn Kelly, an African American student activist and president of the student government at University of Illinois at Chicago.
Keywords: Kelly, Dawn, African Americans, Illinois, Chicago, Students, racism, United States, Race relations, activist
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Kelly, Dawn

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Interview with Dawn Kelly - Part 4
File Name: terkel-a0a0b2-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Dawn Kelly, an African American student activist and president of the student government at University of Illinois at Chicago.
Keywords: Kelly, Dawn, African Americans, Illinois, Chicago, Students, racism, United States, Race relations, activist
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Kelly, Dawn

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Interview with Dawn Kelly - Part 5
File Name: terkel-a0a0b3-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Dawn Kelly, an African American student activist and president of the student government at University of Illinois at Chicago.
Keywords: Kelly, Dawn, African Americans, Illinois, Chicago, Students, racism, United States, Race relations, activist
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Kelly, Dawn

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Interview with Marvin Jackson - Part 1
File Name: terkel-a0a0b4-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Marvin Jackson (pseudonym, William Freeman), an African American, about his experiences with racism in high school and college.
Keywords: Jackson, Marvin, Freeman, William, Students, racism, United States, Race relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Jackson, Marvin

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Interview with Marvin Jackson - Part 2
File Name: terkel-a0a0b5-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Marvin Jackson (pseudonym, William Freeman), an African American, about his experiences with racism in high school and college.
Keywords: Jackson, Marvin, Freeman, William, Students, racism, United States, Race relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Jackson, Marvin

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Interview with Marvin Jackson - Part 3
File Name: terkel-a0a0b6-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Marvin Jackson (pseudonym, William Freeman), an African American, about his experiences with racism in high school and college.
Keywords: Jackson, Marvin, Freeman, William, Students, racism, United States, Race relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Jackson, Marvin

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Interview with Marvin Jackson - Part 4
File Name: terkel-a0a0b7-a.mp3
Date: November 30th, 1999
Summary: Interviewing Marvin Jackson (pseudonym, William Freeman), an African American, about his experiences with racism in high school and college.
Keywords: Jackson, Marvin, Freeman, William, Students, racism, United States, Race relations
Interviewer(s): Terkel, Studs
Interviewee(s): Jackson, Marvin

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