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Wilkerson / Segregated Neighborhoods and Growing Up in Montgomery

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Interview Interview with Tommy Wilkerson
Subjects Family › Childhood Experiences
Work › "Women's Jobs"
Work › "Black Jobs"
Work › Agricultural Work › Agricultural Work and Land Ownership
Work › Black-Owned Businesses
Housing › Neighborhoods
Housing › Neighborhoods › Residential Segregation
Religion › Churches
Religion › Churches › Churches as Meeting Spaces
Race Relations
Race Relations › Black-White Race Relations
Discrimination or Segregation › Discrimination or Segregation and Neighborhoods
Geography › Places (Cities, Towns, Neighborhoods, and Intersections)
Geography › Spatial and Residential Segregation
Education
Education › All-Black Education
Education › All-White Education
Historic Periods › 1950s [Exact Date Unknown]
Historic Periods › Early 1960s [Exact Date Unknown]
Historic Periods › Mid-1960s [Exact Date Unknown]
Historic Periods › Late 1960s [Exact Date Unknown]
Class and Status › Land Ownership and Class
Religion › Church Leadership
Family › Parents
Tags Role Models
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Interview date 2016-07-19
Interview source CRBB Summer 2016
Interviewees Wilkerson, Tommy
Interviewers May, Meredith
Duration 00:06:50
Citation "Segregated Neighborhoods and Growing Up in Montgomery," from Tommy Wilkerson oral history interview with Meredith May,  July 19, 2016, Conroe, TX, Civil Rights in Black and Brown Interview Database, https://crbb.tcu.edu/clips/4992/segregated-neighborhoods-and-growing-up-in-montgomery-2, accessed June 20, 2019