Oral History Interview with Larry DicksonShow full item record
|Title||Oral History Interview with Larry Dickson|
|Description||In this interview, Dickson discusses his early life and education in Dallas, his experience as a Black student at TCU in the 1960s and his experiences with racism on campus, in his dormitory and the classroom. Dickson also discusses the relationships he had with other Black students on campus.|
|Subject||Texas Christian University (TCU)
Diversity and inclusion
TCU Race and Reconciliation Initiative (RRI)
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