Oral history interview with Angela Crenshaw
Community Archive;Oral History
In this interview, Angela speaks about her involvement and leadership with the Center for the Study of Black Culture, the Black Student Union, and the Diversity Planning Task Force. She reflects on the support she received from friends and campus administration in handling instances of racism on campus. Angela also discusses how her experiences at the college prepared her to navigate “the real world” as a Black woman.
oral history (discipline)
Black Student Union, Washington College
Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historical Park (Md.), College students, Black, Student movements, Foreign study, Minority college students, Racism, Environmental sciences--Study and teaching Chestertown
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