1. Carolyn describes her memories of Florence Morris. She speaks on how her family background influenced how her parents taught their children to treat everyone the same, even if there of different races. 06/22/06.

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  2. Carolyn Matthews talks about her initial introduction to negative race relations. This introduction involved the sight of burning crosses in town lawns, rumors of the Ku Klux Klan. During her senior year, Matthews remembers how it felt that everything to do with civil rights and racial relations unfolded at the same time right before her eyes. 06/22/06.

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  3. Nettie Ann Cox of Neshoba County, Mississippi tells of growing up. She mentions having to watch what she said and playing with children of the Choctaw Nation. Nettie also talks about her family’s life. 04/05/04.

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