Northside News Volume VII, Edition 7
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Collection: The Northside News
Linda and Terry Carver - On integration, race in Chapel Hill, and medical access
Mama Kat and Linda Carver
Linda Carver's Statement
Linda Carver Response
Linda Carver - I Used to Sit at the Counter
Ms. Esphur Foster, Mr. Harold Foster, & Ms. Charley Mae Norwood
Esphur and Harold Foster - On her mother, education, and impact of the Civil Rights Movement
Esphur and Harold Foster - Children Create Community
Esphur and Harold Foster - What Makes a Neighborhood a Real Community
Esphur and Harold Foster - Hattie Mae Foster and the Community Response to Her Death
Esphur and Harold Foster - Living in Northside
Esphur and Harold Foster - Nothing Without Our History
Esphur and Harold Foster - Harold Foster and Civil Rights
Esphur Foster and Alberta Neely - On the African American freedom struggle and Civil Rights Movement in Chapel Hill
Esphur Foster and Friends - On the African American freedom struggle and Civil Rights Movement in Chapel Hill (Yonni Chapman Recording)
There are two interviews with Esphur Foster and friends, with one recorded on Yonni Chapman's side of the room and the…
Albert Simms Williams - On his life, family, community, and faith
Rev. Albert and Mrs. Eloise Williams
Rev. Williams was the first African American firefighter in Chapel Hill. Listen to hear more of his…