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Oral history interview with Rev. Mary Walker

Sound


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Community Archive;Oral History
In this interview, Rev. Mary B. Walker speaks about her childhood in Chestertown and her
personal experiences with racial segregation in the 1960s and how religion has helped her
through her life.
October 2 2020

English
WAVE (format)
White Potato Pie, Campbell's Soup Plant, Cannon Street, Chestertown Armory, Uptown Club (Charlie Graves' Uptown Club), The Lives and Families of Chesapeake Heartland Oral History Initiative
Childhood and youth, Civil rights, Racism, Religion, Segregation, Cooking, Police brutality, Labor unions, Gentrification, Teenage pregnancy, Masonry, Church, Ministry and Christian unionCampbell Soup Company Chestertown


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