Oral history interview with Darius Johnson

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Community Archive;Oral History
In this interview, Darius speaks about the relationship between Chestertown and Washington College from the perspective of a lifelong resident and alumni. He discusses his work with Johnson’s Concrete and the local labor history of Kent County. He reflects on how the Vincent Hynson Scholarship has impacted his life and his commitment to community leadership. November 9 2020

English
oral history (discipline)
Washington College, Calvert Street
Concrete masonry, Baltimore Riots, Baltimore, Md., 2015, Scholarships, Minority college students, Labor--United States--History, Alumni and alumnae, Local history, Racism Chestertown

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