Civil rights demonstrations
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
The "What Can I Do, What Will I Do" oral history collection interviews four, African-American women all working in the sciences and who grew up in and have worked in the Baltimore area from approximately the mid-1950s through the early-1990s. The narrators discuss their educational backgrounds, upbringing, personal challenges, and each woman's motivations for pursuing her current career.
This oral history collection contains interviews with 27 employees and customers of the White Tower restaurant in Baltimore, a hamburger fast food chain, circa 1993-1994. Narrators discuss their memories of White Tower and the social change that took place amid the civil rights movement.