- 2.68 gigabyte (25 interviews, available in 27 mp3 files) and 2.41 megabyte (25 interview indexes, available as pdf files)
- The oral history interviews in this collection were collected by the students in Dr. Roger Horowitz's HIST 268 section, "Oral History: African Americans and the University of Delaware" class, offered in the fall semester of 2021. Students conducted 25 interviews, with participants drawn from two principal communities: African American alumni of the University of Delaware and residents of the Newark, Delaware's New London Road/Cleveland Avenue neighborhood. Their recollections are framed by Delaware's troubled experience with de jure and de facto racial discrimination, as interviewees reflect on their experiences living in Newark and/or attending the University of Delaware in the 1950s-1980s.
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