Title: Oral History Interview with James Moore, October 16, 2003. Interview U-0011.
Identifier: U-0011
Interviewer: Maynor, Malinda
Interviewee: Moore, James
Subjects: North Carolina--Race relations--20th century    Robeson County (N.C.)--Race relations    Civil rights--North Carolina    Civil rights movements--North Carolina--History--20th century    Civil rights movements--North Carolina--Robeson County    Indians of North America--North Carolina--Robeson County    Indians of North America--Civil rights--North Carolina--History--20th century    Robeson County (N.C.)--History--20th century    
Extent: 00:15:41
Abstract:  James Moore, who has lived his entire life in Prospect, North Carolina, in Robeson County, reflects on some of the conflicts there during the desegregation process. He had a firsthand view of anti-integration sentiment when he drove a school bus for a few months in Prospect, and witnessed local Native Americans' determination not to allow black students into their schools.