Carpenter, De Laris


Title
Carpenter, De Laris
Creator:
Carpenter, De Laris, 1946-, interviewee; Lenox, Tiffanee, interviewer;
Date Recorded:
2001
Date digitized:
Length of interview:
Description:

People: Jamila Akilah Carpenter, James Carpenter, James Earl Carpenter II, Sylvester Laurence Collins, Sr., Betsy Mae Barnes Collins

 

Places: Boulder (Colorado), Jackson (Mississippi)

 

Topics: childhood, education, family life in the 1930s and 1940s in Mississippi, parents’ emphasis on children’s education, other values passed on by her parents, African Americans in Jackson (Mississippi), African American family life in the southern United States, African Americans in Boulder, racism in Boulder, racism in Boulder schools, racism at the University of Colorado-Boulder, African American students at University of Colorado at Boulder, work as a reading teacher in kindergarten through 12th grade, work as a teacher/counselor/director of various programs at CU, process of obtaining a doctoral degree, approach to parenting, comparison of discrimination against African Americans and women, discrimination within the African American community.

 

 

Subject:

Carpenter, De Laris, 1946- African Americans, Social conditions.
African Americans, Colorado, Boulder, Biography.
African Americans, Colorado, Boulder, History.
Racism United States.
Boulder (Colo.) History.
United States Race relations.
Language:
eng
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Notes:
Local call number:
OH1149
Copyright:
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