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Box 14

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Contains 61 Results:

Item 814: 00814_Pratt, Joseph A_MMS

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Dates: 1996-2017
Scope and Contents Interviewer: Bruce CauseyAffiliation: University of HoustonJoe Pratt is the coordinator of the Energy Management and Policy Group and teaches courses in international business and energy history and regulation. He became interested in oil through his family’s connection to the industry and his upbringing in Port Neches. His father worked in a refinery in the early days of the wildcatters and Pratt also worked at the refinery during his school breaks. This interview...

Item 775: 00775_Allen, Omowale Luthuli_Civil Rights Movement

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Dates: 1996-2017
Scope and Contents Interviewer(s): Ezell WilsonProject: University of HoustonOmawale Lithuli Allen is a social worker case manager in Houston, Texas who works with human rights cases. He first came to Houston in 1966, to attend the University of Houston. In this interview, Allen notes the impact of the Civil Rights movement and student activism on his life as a student at the university. He discusses the various events and people who shaped his life during the racially polarized...

Item 776: 00776_Barnes, Michelle_Civil Rights Movement

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Dates: 1996-2017
Scope and Contents

Interviewer(s): Ezell Wilson

Project: University of Houston

Michelle Anita Swain Barnes discusses in this interview her activism while a student at the University of Houston, and major events that occurred in the civil rights movement during her tenure. She also outlines her community work in the Third Ward.

Item 777: 00777_Carrington, Ray_Civil Rights Movement

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Dates: 1996-2017
Scope and Contents Interviewer(s): Ezell WilsonProject: University of HoustonThis interview with Ray Douglas Carrington, III, a photography instructor at Jack Yates High School, both recalls the struggle for Civil Rights in Houston during the 1960s and calls for continued awareness of community building to combat issues facing African-American communities such as in Houston’s Third Ward. Carrington uses his personal experiences in Houston, as a student on a Tennis scholarship at Texas...

Item 778: 00778_King, Ester_Civil Rights Movement

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Dates: 1996-2017
Scope and Contents

Interviewer(s): Ezell Wilson

Project: University of Houston

Item 779: 00779_Lee, Elwyn_Civil Rights Movement

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Dates: 1996-2017
Scope and Contents Interviewer(s): Ezell Wilson & Natalie GarzaProject: University of HoustonThis interview with Elwyn Lee, the current Vice President for Community Relations and Institutional Access (as of Fall 2013), recounts his roots and subsequent return to the city of Houston, especially focused on his involvement with the birth of the African American Studies program at the University of Houston. Lee, who first came to Houston less than a year after his birth in 1949,...

Item 780: 00780_MacGregor Park Junior Tennis Program-Alumni

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Dates: 1996-2017
Scope and Contents Interviewer(s): Steph McDougalProject: University of HoustonThis is a group interview with John Wilkerson, George Kennard, Jermayn Mack, Larry Thomas, Meg Toups, Patrick Jefferson, Rachelle Mack, Darvita Mack Powe, Leon Belcher and Michon Benson.This group interview with the alumni of the MacGregor Park Junior Tennis Program, including noted coach John Wilkerson, focuses upon the effects of the program in motivating and driving its members for their...

Item 781: 00781_Hunt, Priscilla

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Dates: 1996-2017
Scope and Contents

Interviewer(s): Debbie Harwell

Project: University of Houston

Item 782: 00782_Stedman, Susan Goodwillie

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Dates: 1996-2017
Scope and Contents

Interviewer(s): Debbie Harwell

Project: University of Houston

Item 783: 00783_Zetzel, Geraldine

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Dates: 1996-2017
Scope and Contents

Interviewer(s): Debbie Harwell

Project: University of Houston

Item 784: 00784_Wednesdays in Mississippi (Group)

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Dates: 1996-2017
Scope and Contents

Interviewer(s): Debbie Harwell

Project: University of Houston

This is a group interview with Priscilla Hunt, Susan Goodwillie Stedman and Geraldiine Zetzel.

Item 791: 00791_Allen, Pamela Braziel_Religion

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Dates: 1996-2017
Scope and Contents Interviewer: Travis BrazielProject: University of HoustonPamela Braziel Allen, daughter of Overseer Ruby Lee Braziel, talks with her son, Travis, about the life and ministry of Overseer Braziel, founder of the Third Ward’s The Lord Jesus Christ Holiness Church. Braziel grew up in East Texas and moved with her husband to Houston for employment opportunities. When called by God, she started her own congregation and built two church structures, the second one without any...

Item 806: 00806_Holder, Angela_Camp Logan

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Dates: 1996-2017
Scope and Contents Interviewer: Emma BrownProject: University Of HoustonHouston Community College history professor Angela Holder discusses the Camp Logan Riot of 1917. She discusses the location of Camp Logan, and describes how the all-African American Third Battalion of the Twenty-fourth Infantry Regiment was stationed there, after serving diligently in Mexico. Holder discusses the events that preceded the riot, including an incident involving two white police officers and a black...

Item 809: 00809_Leland, Alison_Mickey Leland

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Dates: 1996-2017
Scope and Contents Interviewer: Jacob WagnerProject: University Of HoustonDr. Alison Leland, a political science professor at the University of Houston talks about her husband, former Houston Congressman Mickey Leland. Dr. Leland married Mickey Leland in 1983, while she was obtaining her law degree at Georgetown University, and he was just starting his third term as a congressman. Mickey Leland represented the 18th District of Texas in the House of Representatives, which encompassed the...

Item 823: 00823_Lee, Robert E III_Politics

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Dates: 1996-2017
Scope and Contents Interviewer: Aaron GoffneyProject: University of HoustonRobert E. Lee III begins with The Art of War by Sun Tzu and mentions how all major generals have read it. Lee then talks about the Panther Party and his ancestry. He discusses the origin behind his name, and the relation to the Civil War general Robert E. Lee. On the topic of the Black Heritage Gallery, Lee mentions the importance of the black historian. He talks on the Black Panther Party, its history and also...