Oral history interview with Yvette Hynson

Oral history interview with Yvette Hynson

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Community Archive;Oral History
In this interview, Yvette Hynson describes founding the Black Student Union and Cleopatra’s Daughters
at Washington College to create safe spaces for Black students. She also speaks fondly about her mentors, Dr. Ruth Shoge and Dr. Horn, who guided her through navigating college as a Black, female, nontraditional student. She also discusses her lack of connection to the College and her desire to
organize a Black alumni gathering
November 2 2020

English
WAVE (format)
Black Student Union, Sumner Hall, Washington College, Ebony and Ivory Towers Oral History Initiative
Alumni and alumnae, Sociology, Minority college students--United States, Student movements, Nontraditional college students, College sorority members Chestertown

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