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Oral history.; Two interviews conducted with Clarence Magee. The first interview takes place on November 30, 2012. The second interview takes place on September 22, 1997 and was continued on February 09, 1998. Magee was born May 14, 1932. He was a prominent civil rights activist and educator in Hattiesburg. Magee discusses growing up under Jim Crow, education, and the battle over integrated public facilities. Magee also discusses his family, his responsibilities on the farm, and first memories of racism. Talks about the African American schools around Columbia, Mississippi. Describes his attempts to register to vote in Hattiesburg and the impact of the local civil rights efforts. Shares his thoughts on the efforts to desegregate the Hattiesburg public schools.

1997-09-22; 1998-02-09

Oral history.; Two interviews conducted with Clarence Magee. The first interview takes place on November 30, 2012. The second interview takes place on September 22, 1997 and was continued on February 09, 1998. Magee was born May 14, 1932. He was a prominent civil rights activist and educator in Hattiesburg. Magee discusses growing up under Jim Crow, education, and the battle over integrated public facilities. Magee also discusses his family, his responsibilities on the farm, and first memories of racism. Talks about the African American schools around Columbia, Mississippi. Describes his attempts to register to vote in Hattiesburg and the impact of the local civil rights efforts. Shares his thoughts on the efforts to desegregate the Hattiesburg public schools.

2012-11-30

Oral history.; Two interviews conducted with Clarence Magee. The first interview takes place on November 30, 2012. The second interview takes place on September 22, 1997 and was continued on February 09, 1998. Magee was born May 14, 1932. He was a prominent civil rights activist and educator in Hattiesburg. Magee discusses growing up under Jim Crow, education, and the battle over integrated public facilities. Magee also discusses his family, his responsibilities on the farm, and first memories of racism. Talks about the African American schools around Columbia, Mississippi. Describes his attempts to register to vote in Hattiesburg and the impact of the local civil rights efforts. Shares his thoughts on the efforts to desegregate the Hattiesburg public schools.

1997-09-22; 1998-02-09; 2012-11-30

Oral history.; Two interviews conducted with Clarence Magee. The first interview takes place on November 30, 2012. The second interview takes place on September 22, 1997 and was continued on February 09, 1998. Magee was born May 14, 1932. He was a prominent civil rights activist and educator in Hattiesburg. Magee discusses growing up under Jim Crow, education, and the battle over integrated public facilities. Magee also discusses his family, his responsibilities on the farm, and first memories of racism. Talks about the African American schools around Columbia, Mississippi. Describes his attempts to register to vote in Hattiesburg and the impact of the local civil rights efforts. Shares his thoughts on the efforts to desegregate the Hattiesburg public schools.

1997-09-22; 1998-02-09; 2012-11-30

Oral history.; Two interviews conducted with Clarence Magee. The first interview takes place on November 30, 2012. The second interview takes place on September 22, 1997 and was continued on February 09, 1998. Magee was born May 14, 1932. He was a prominent civil rights activist and educator in Hattiesburg. Magee discusses growing up under Jim Crow, education, and the battle over integrated public facilities. Magee also discusses his family, his responsibilities on the farm, and first memories of racism. Talks about the African American schools around Columbia, Mississippi. Describes his attempts to register to vote in Hattiesburg and the impact of the local civil rights efforts. Shares his thoughts on the efforts to desegregate the Hattiesburg public schools.

1997-09-22; 1998-02-09; 2012-11-30

Oral history.; Two interviews conducted with Clarence Magee. The first interview takes place on November 30, 2012. The second interview takes place on September 22, 1997 and was continued on February 09, 1998. Magee was born May 14, 1932. He was a prominent civil rights activist and educator in Hattiesburg. Magee discusses growing up under Jim Crow, education, and the battle over integrated public facilities. Magee also discusses his family, his responsibilities on the farm, and first memories of racism. Talks about the African American schools around Columbia, Mississippi. Describes his attempts to register to vote in Hattiesburg and the impact of the local civil rights efforts. Shares his thoughts on the efforts to desegregate the Hattiesburg public schools.

1997-09-22; 1998-02-09; 2012-11-30

Oral history.; Two interviews conducted with Clarence Magee. The first interview takes place on November 30, 2012. The second interview takes place on September 22, 1997 and was continued on February 09, 1998. Magee was born May 14, 1932. He was a prominent civil rights activist and educator in Hattiesburg. Magee discusses growing up under Jim Crow, education, and the battle over integrated public facilities. Magee also discusses his family, his responsibilities on the farm, and first memories of racism. Talks about the African American schools around Columbia, Mississippi. Describes his attempts to register to vote in Hattiesburg and the impact of the local civil rights efforts. Shares his thoughts on the efforts to desegregate the Hattiesburg public schools.

1997-09-22; 1998-02-09; 2012-11-30

Oral history.; Two interviews conducted with Clarence Magee. The first interview takes place on November 30, 2012. The second interview takes place on September 22, 1997 and was continued on February 09, 1998. Magee was born May 14, 1932. He was a prominent civil rights activist and educator in Hattiesburg. Magee discusses growing up under Jim Crow, education, and the battle over integrated public facilities. Magee also discusses his family, his responsibilities on the farm, and first memories of racism. Talks about the African American schools around Columbia, Mississippi. Describes his attempts to register to vote in Hattiesburg and the impact of the local civil rights efforts. Shares his thoughts on the efforts to desegregate the Hattiesburg public schools.

1997-09-22; 1998-02-09; 2012-11-30

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