Ina Dun-Moodie interview (2014-03-28)

Abstract/Description: In this interview, Ina Dun-Moodie discusses her family background, childhood friends and upbringing in Goochland County, Virginia. She reminisces about her time at Second Union School and Central High School, including details of the subjects, teachers, and school activities. Ina Dun-Moodie also talks about the layout, conditions and resources of Second Union School, and her memories of preparing for May Day. She discusses her move out of the area and employment with Western Electric and AT&T, and later with Goochland County schools as a teacher’s aide, after her return to Goochland County. Ina Dun-Moodie also reflects on race relations in the Goochland County area and Alyce Miller describes the background of and impetus for the Rosenwald Fund.
Subject(s): City/State: Goochland County (Va.)
Time Period: Twentieth century
Goochland County (Va.) -- Race relations
African American schools -- Virginia -- Goochland County
African Americans -- Education -- Virginia -- Goochland County
Teachers' assistants -- Virginia -- Goochland County -- Interviews
African American students -- Recreation -- Virginia -- Goochland County
African American schools -- Curricula -- Virginia -- Goochland County
Julius Rosenwald Fund -- Buildings
Dun-Moodie, Ina -- Interviews
Dun-Moodie, Ina -- Childhood and youth -- Anecdotes
Date Created: 2014-03-28