Mansfield African American Oral History Project, excerpt about inequity in schools

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Mansfield African American Oral History Project, excerpt about inequity in schools

Description

McClendon Moody continues to speak about the integration process in Mansfield and what brought about the discussion. The supplies the African American children used were not very good and this gave T.M. Moody the idea to pursue integration. He was harassed and effigies were hung and said to resemble him.

Subject

McClendon Moody discusses the inequity in white and African American schools in Mansfield at one time.

Source

Mansfield African American Oral History Project unabridged transcript, page 38

Date

1995-12

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