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dc.contributorShort, Bill-
dc.contributorJeffries, Joshua-
dc.descriptionThis is an interview with Bill Short, who is currently the Archivist for the Rhodes College Library. He recounts his experiences growing up in a small, rural farming community during segregation. Furthermore, he describes the tensions of racial integration on the campus of Rhodes Colleges when he was a student in the 1960's. Mr. Short relates how he worked at the personal level to increase tolerance and understanding while in college and now.-
dc.publisherRhodes Collegeen_US
dc.subjectOral historyen_US
dc.subjectCivil rightsen_US
dc.subjectMemphis (Tenn.)en_US
dc.subjectCrossroads to Freedomen_US
dc.subjectRace relationsen_US
dc.subjectJim Crow, 1890-1976en_US
dc.subjectSanitation Workers Strike, Memphis, Tenn., 1968en_US
dc.subjectRhodes College (Memphis, Tenn.)en_US
dc.titleBill Short, 2007en_US
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Appears in Collections:Crossroads to Freedom Oral History Collection

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