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Baker / Parents Involvement in Education

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Interview Interview with Morris Baker
Subjects Family
Family › Family Histories and Traditions
Family › Parenting
Family › Childhood Experiences
Work
Work › Occupations
Work › Agricultural Work › Agricultural Work and Wage Labor
Race Relations
Race Relations › Black-White Race Relations
Race Relations › Black-Brown Race Relations
Race Relations › Skin Color in Race Relations
Discrimination or Segregation
Discrimination or Segregation › Discrimination or Segregation at School
Geography
Geography › Geographical Descriptions
Geography › Places (Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods, and Intersections)
Geography › Spatial and Residential Segregation
White Resistance to Civil Rights
White Resistance to Civil Rights › Hate Crimes and Violence
White Resistance to Civil Rights › Extrajudicial Violence › Lynching
Education
Education › All-Black Education
Education › Secondary Education
Education › Parent and Community Involvement in Education
Education › Education and Integration › Busing
Education › Teachers and Administrators
Education › Quality of Instruction
Education › Extracurricular Activities
Historic Periods
Historic Periods › 1951-1955
Ideology
Work › Types of Work
Ideology › Desegregation v. Integration
Race Relations › Racial Slurs
Family › Parents
Tags Baker, Alonzo "Lonnie"
Till, Emmett
Robinson, Lilly
Mr. King
Hall-Baker, Idel
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Interview date 2016-07-31
Interview source CRBB Summer 2016
Interviewees Baker, Morris
Locations Abilene, TX
Duration 00:07:26
Citation "Parents Involvement in Education," from Morris Baker oral history interview with ,  July 31, 2016, Abilene, TX, Civil Rights in Black and Brown Interview Database, https://crbb.tcu.edu/clips/2875/the-school-was-not-intregrated-but-desegregated, accessed July 21, 2019