Oral history interview with James Rochester

Oral history interview with James Rochester

Sound


CH_CA_2020_SC_016_001
Community Archive;Oral History
In this oral history, conducted remotely due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, James Rochester talks about growing up in Rock Hall, his time in the military, traveling to Italy, his experience at Garnet, his family, and the Black Lives Matter Movement. July 2 2020

English
born digital
Garnet High School
United States--Armed Forces--African Americans, Black lives matter movement, Civil rights movements--United States, Family, Travel, Religion, Suffrage, Imprisonment, Racism, Business enterprises, Black, Family histories, Korean War, 1950-1953, Police brutality--United StatesKing, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968, Campbell Soup Company Rock Hall

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