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William and Josephine Clement, June 19, 1986. Interview C-0031.
Husband and Wife Discuss Race Relations in Atlanta and Durham: William and Josephine Clement were both born and raised in the South. They describe their family backgrounds and education. Josephine focuses on race relations in Atlanta and her father's radical politics, while William describes his participation with the Masons and his work with North Carolina Mutual.
Interviewee: William Clement, Josephine Clement    Interviewer: Walter Weare, Juanita Weare
Duration: 03:10:11     Annotated Excerpts: Listen to and read all 11 excerpts.
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Josephine Clement, July 13 and August 3, 1989. Interview C-0074.
Gender and Race in Durham: An African American Woman Recalls Her Career in Politics: Josephine Dobbs Clement talks about her various civic roles, including her activity as a member of the League of Women Voters, the Durham City-County Charter Commission, the Board of Education, and the Board of County Commissioners. She also discusses her efforts on behalf of social justice and her views on race, gender, and environmental issues.
Interviewee: Josephine Clement    Interviewer: Kathryn Nasstrom
Duration: 01:46:33     Annotated Excerpts: Listen to and read all 16 excerpts.