Oral history interview with Oscar Carl Wright
@ Oakland Public Library, African American Museum and Library at Oakland
African American Museum and Library at Oakland Cannon, Barbara
DescriptionEducator activist Oscar Carl Wright recounts his childhood growing up the child of sharecroppers in Coahoma County, Mississippi, attending Alcorn State University, and his advocacy for education equality for black students in the Oakland Unified School District.
Master: Edited Color
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