Oral history interview with Reverend Mae Etta Moore (3 out of 3)


Community Archive;Oral History
Part 3 of the oral history interview conducted remotely with Rev. Moore due to Covid -19 restrictions. In part 3 Rev. Moore speaks about her college experience, being bilingual, ministry, political activism, the importance of Black Studies, and messages of hope. May 27 2020

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Black Studies - Education
Education, Church work, Women clergy, Politics and government, Political campaigns--United States--History--20th century, Pastoral theology, Civil rights workers, Women civil rights workers, Student protesters, Volunteer workers in hospitals, Spanish language, HymnsSouthern Christian Leadership Conference, Kennedy, Robert F., 1925-1968, King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968 New York, Chestertown

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