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Benham / Mother's Role in Integration

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Interview Interview with Betell Benham
Subjects Work › Occupations
Work › Discrimination at Work
Work › Discrimination at Work › Discrimination at Work: Race and Ethnicity
Work › Discrimination at Work › Discrimination at Work: Promotions and Seniority
Community Organizations › Community outreach
Race Relations › Black-White Race Relations
Geography › Geographical Descriptions
Geography › Places (Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods, and Intersections)
Education › Elementary Education
Education › Education and Integration
Education › Education and Integration › Pairing for School Integration
Education › Teachers and Administrators
Education › Extracurricular Activities
Historic Periods › Late 1960s [Exact Date Unknown]
Class and Status › Class, Status, and Gender
Family › Parents
Tags Carver Elementary School, Lufkin, TX
Hatney Elementary School
Dunbar High School, Lufkin, TX
Redd, Elmer
University of Houston
Kennedy, Oscar
Huntsville Prison, Hunstville, TX
Kennedy, Bettie
Lufkin High School, Lufkin, TX
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Interview date 2016-06-27
Interview source CRBB Summer 2016
Interviewees Benham, Betell
Locations Lufkin, TX
Duration 00:04:14
Citation "Mother's Role in Integration," from Betell Benham oral history interview with ,  June 27, 2016, Lufkin, TX, Civil Rights in Black and Brown Interview Database, https://crbb.tcu.edu/clips/2357/she-was-one-of-the-first-black-teachers-to-integrate, accessed June 17, 2019