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Johnson / Parental History with Racism and KKK

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Interview Interview with Georg Johnson
Subjects Family › Courtship
Family › Marriage
Family › Children
Family › Parenting
Family › Childhood Experiences
Work › Occupations
Housing › Low Income Housing
Religion › Churches
Religion › Churches › Church Community and Social Services
Religion › Churches › Churches as Meeting Spaces
Race Relations
Race Relations › Black-White Race Relations
Race Relations › Black-Brown Race Relations
Race Relations › Skin Color in Race Relations
Geography
Geography › Geographical Descriptions
Geography › Places (Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods, and Intersections)
Geography › Spatial and Residential Segregation
Geography › Geographic Disparities in Infrastructure
White Resistance to Civil Rights › Hate Crimes and Violence
White Resistance to Civil Rights › Hate Crimes and Violence › Assault as Hate Crime
White Resistance to Civil Rights › Hate Crimes and Violence › Arson as Hate Crime
White Resistance to Civil Rights › Extrajudicial Violence › Ku Klux Klan (KKK)
Family › Children › Adoption
Work › Types of Work
Religion › Church organizations
Family › Parenting › Sheltering (Children from racism)
Race Relations › Racial Slurs
Family › Parents
Tags Johnson, Bessie Mae
Johnson, Homer E.
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Interview date 2016-06-20
Interview source CRBB Summer 2016
Interviewees Johnson, Georg
Interviewers Acuña-Gurrola, Moisés
Wall, James
Locations Corpus Christi, TX
Duration 00:06:15
Citation "Parental History with Racism and KKK," from Georg Johnson oral history interview with Moisés Acuña-Gurrola and James Wall,  June 20, 2016, Corpus Christi, TX, Civil Rights in Black and Brown Interview Database, https://crbb.tcu.edu/clips/4471/parental-history-with-racism-and-kkk, accessed May 21, 2019