An oral history interview with Carolyn Fuller, January 18, 2012

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Abstract/Description: In this interview, Carolyn Fuller discusses growing up in the Historic Fulton neighborhood of Richmond, Va., in the 1940s and 1950s; Historic Fulton neighbors and businesses; family members; churches in the Historic Fulton community; attending Virginia Union University; student-led protests in the 1950s; her teaching career in Richmond before and after public school desegregation; expectations and reactions to the Historic Fulton renewal project; and what she sees for the future of Historic Fulton.
Subject(s): City/State: Richmond (Va.)
Time Period: Twentieth century
Richmond (Va.) -- Social conditions
African American women teachers -- Virginia -- Richmond -- Interviews
Civil rights demonstrations -- Virginia -- Richmond
Urban renewal -- Virginia -- Richmond
Segregation in education -- Virginia -- Richmond
School integration -- Virginia -- Richmond
Neighborhoods -- Virginia -- Richmond -- Social conditions
Fuller, Carolyn -- Childhood and youth -- Anecdotes
Fuller, Carolyn -- Interviews
Date Created: 2012-01-18