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Thereasea Delerine Elder oral history interview 5, 2015 September 30

 Digital Record
Identifier:  OH-EL0594


  • Creation: 2015-09-30


Thereasea D. Clark Elder discusses the founding of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Black Heritage Committee in 1992 in Charlotte, North Carolina. Topics discussed include her motivation for creating the organization, founding members, the assistance of the Charlotte Post, specific work achieved such as the Thereasea Clark Elder Trailblazer Award, and other relevant organizations, including the Greenville Community Historic Society.


43 Minutes

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Part of the Oral Histories, J. Murrey Atkins Library Special Collections and University Archives, UNC Charlotte Repository

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