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Clyde Cook, July 10, 1977. Interview H-0003.
African American Worker Describes Social and Economic Inequalities: Clyde Cook describes life and work for African Americans in Badin, North Carolina. Discussing such topics as school segregation, racial hierarchies in the workplace, and the lack of job opportunities, Cook offers insight into social and economic inequalities in a southern working community.
Interviewee: Clyde Cook    Interviewer: Rosemarie Hester
Duration: 00:58:44     Annotated Excerpts: Listen to and read all 5 excerpts.