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O'Rear / Integration in Louisiana

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Interview Interview with Mary Jo O'Rear
Subjects Family › Childhood Experiences
Religion › Religious Denominations
Religion › Churches › Church Community and Social Services
Community Organizations › Civil Rights Organizations › National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
Community Organizations › Community outreach
Race Relations
Race Relations › Black-White Race Relations
Discrimination or Segregation › Discrimination or Segregation at School
White Resistance to Civil Rights
White Resistance to Civil Rights › Extrajudicial Violence › Lynching
White Resistance to Civil Rights › White Resistance and Anti-Communism
Education › All-Black Education
Education › Education and Integration
Education › Education and Integration › Resistance to School Integration
Education › Private and Parochial Education
Police and Law Enforcement
Historic Periods › 1950s [Exact Date Unknown]
Ideology › Integrationism
Consumption › Consumer Boycotts
White Resistance to Civil Rights › Law Enforcement as a tool of
People › King, Martin Luther, Jr.
White Resistance to Civil Rights › White Citizens' Councils
Ideology › Desegregation v. Integration
Religion › Church Leadership
Family › Parents
Recreation and Leisure › Music
Tags Civil Rights Movement
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Interview date 2016-07-22
Interview source CRBB Summer 2016
Interviewees O'Rear, Mary Jo
Interviewers Acuña-Gurrola, Moisés
Wall, James
Duration 00:07:07
Citation "Integration in Louisiana," from Mary Jo O'Rear oral history interview with Moisés Acuña-Gurrola and James Wall,  July 22, 2016, Corpus Christi, TX, Civil Rights in Black and Brown Interview Database,, accessed May 19, 2024