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|Title:||Harmon Wray, 2006|
|Keywords:||Interviews;Oral history;Memphis (Tenn.);Civil rights;Rhodes College;Law;Segregation;Race relations|
|Description:||Mr. Harmon Wray was a Rhodes student who graduated in 1968, and he is currently the Director of the Vanderbilt Program in Faith and Criminal Justice. In this interview he describes his childhood growing up in Memphis and his early memories of race relations. He also talks about the controversy he was involved in at Rhodes over admitting a black student into the ATO fraternity, his memories of the period following Dr. Martin Luther King�s assassination and his decision to become a criminal justice reform activist.|
|Appears in Collections:||Crossroads to Freedom Oral History Collection|
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