Oral history interview with Reverend Mae Etta Moore (2 out of 3)
Community Archive;Oral History
Part 2 of the oral history interview conducted remotely with Rev. Moore due to COVID-19 restrictions. In part 2 Rev. Moore speaks about her first experiences on the Eastern Shore in Chestertown, Maryland, and her life in ministry and activism in each place she has traveled to and lived in.
Chestertown's Historic District
Church work, Women clergy, Eastern Shore (Md. and Va.), Youth, Segregation, Segregation in transportation, Elders (Church officers), Discrimination in public accommodations, African American women clergy, Women clergy, Community activists, Political activists, African American women political activists, State boards of education, School boardsKu Klux Klan (1915- ). White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968 Chestertown, Trenton, Richmond Hill, Milford, Grasonville
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