Carolyn Rogers, May 22, 2003. Interview K-0656. |
Black Educator Describes the Shift from Rural to City Living and School Integration in Cary, North Carolina: Carolyn Farrar Rogers discusses how growing up in rural North Carolina sheltered her from racism and taught her the values of hard work and racial self-worth. These values served her well as a teacher during the early desegregation period.
Interviewee: Carolyn Rogers Interviewer: Peggy Van Scoyoc
Duration: 01:32:42 Annotated Excerpts: Listen to and read all 8 excerpts.