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Title: Fayth Hill Washington, 2006
Contributor: Washington, Fayth Hill
Windless, Crystal
Jacobs, Daniel
Keywords: Interviews;Oral history;Memphis (Tenn.);Civil rights;Hoxie (Ark.);Education;Segregation
Issue Date: 15-Nov-2006
Publisher: Rhodes College
Description: Mrs. Fayth Hill Washington was a member of the Hoxie 21, a group of African-American students who integrated the schools in Hoxie, Arkansas in 1955. In this interview she discusses her childhood in Hoxie, her experience going to the colored school and then integrating the Hoxie school system when she was in 4th grade. Hill-Washington also talks about her experience going to high school in Gary, Indiana, her perception of the Vietnam War and her time in college.
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