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An Oral History Archives Project of McComb High School in McComb, Mississippi in collaboration with The Urban School of San Francisco and Teaching for Change, with support from the Kellogg Foundation

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Students from McComb High School in McComb, Mississippi just prior to their interviews with Joe Martin, Emogene Bryant, Patsy Ruth Butler, Lillie Mae Carstarphen, Helen Crossley Robinson, and Jacqueline Martin in November, 2008, April, 2009, January, 2010 and March, 2010. The students attend Vickie Malone's Local Culture course. This represents the first collaboration of another school with Urban School's Telling Their Stories oral history project and the first focusing specifically on stories from the civil rights movement of the early 1960's.

See a promotional micro-documentary on this project, produced by students at The Urban School of San Francisco.

See front page article published in the McComb Enterprise-Journal, 11/16/08

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