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Francisco Chang

11 de abril de 2020 Interviewers: Gisel Collazo, Maggie Cassidy, Nahdyn Reyes, Stephanie Bravo-Lopez

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Eleanor Caplan, Oral History Interview on Connecticut Civil Rights, July 9, 2011

Eleanor Neiditz Caplan (born 1928) describes her work with the Connecticut Civil Rights Commission (previously known as the Inter-racial Commission, and today as the CT Human Rights and Opportunities…

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Leo & Karen Harrington, Oral History Interview on Sheff v. O'Neill, June 27, 2011

Karen and Leo Harrington (both born in 1949) recall their activism for school integration in Greater Hartford through their involvement in the 1989 Sheff v O’Neill lawsuit. Previously, in the…

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Eugene Leach, Oral History Interview on Sheff v. O'Neill, June 7, 2011

Eugene Leach (born 1944) recalls his activism to promote school integration in Greater Hartford with his involvement in the 1989 Sheff v. O’Neill lawsuit, along with the lead plaintiffs…

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Making Way for the Future: Urban Renewal in Hartford, 1945-­75

Shared with permission of Connecticut Historical Society for Jack Dougherty and contributors, On The Line (http://ontheline.trincoll.edu). © 2006 Connecticut Historical Society…

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Forty Years of Project Concern & Project Choice

Beginning in 1966, the Project Concern interdistrict voluntary school desegregation program transported Hartford city students to suburban schools to promote racial diversity and higher quality…

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Wildaliz & Eva Bermudez Oral History on Sheff v. O'Neill, June 30, 2011

Wildaliz and Eva Bermudez (born 1982 and 1987, respectively) recall their earliest memories of activism for school integration in Greater Hartford through their involvement as young plaintiffs (with…

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Debra Walsh, Oral History Interview on West Hartford, July 21, 2011

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Front Street Livelihoods & Full Credits, CHS Hartford Profiles, Part 9

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Mary Everett Oral History Interview on West Hartford and Restrictive Covenants, July 19, 2011

Mary Everett describes moving into theLedgewood Road neighborhood in West Hartford, Connecticut in 1970, and how her real estate agent mentioned that the property deed included a racially restrictive…

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Simon Bernstein, Oral History Interview on Connecticut Civil Rights, August 1, 2011

Simon Bernstein (born 1913) primarily describes his role regarding two Connecticut civil rights issues: restrictive covenants and public education equality. As a lawyer and Hartford alderman in 1947,…

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Tenement Hardships and Redevelopment: CHS Hartford Profiles, Part 8

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Redevelopment Today: CHS Hartford Profiles, Part 6

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Broken Promises, CHS Hartford Profiles, Part 2

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Fond Memories of Front Street, CHS Hartford Profiles, Part 7

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Remembering the Bottom: CHS Hartford Profiles, Part 1

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