Oral History Interview with Loriessa Taylor-RandleShow full item record
|Title||Oral History Interview with Loriessa Taylor-Randle|
|Description||Loriessa Taylor-Randle discusses her background growing up in Albuquerque, New Mexico and attending college at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where she was a member of the Lady Rebels women's basketball team. Taylor-Randle also discusses her geneaology and family relationships as a descendant of Charley Thorp, an early Black employee of AddRan Christian University (later known as TCU) in Thorp Spring.|
|Subject||Texas Christian University (TCU)
Diversity and inclusion
TCU Race and Reconciliation Initiative (RRI)
AddRan Christian University
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