Earnest Stamps, a retired pharmacist, details his migration from Atlanta to Detroit and the opportunities presented by the move north. Stamps also speaks about his life once he arrived in Detroit. He speaks about the hard times for his family, going into foster care, and the Marcus Garvey Movement.
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- Date Interviewed: Friday, 28 April 2006
- Interviewer: Dr. Dena Scher
Marygrove Archives ARC-SP 0100 File #5
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Scher, D. (Interviewer) & Stamps. E. (Interviewee). (2006). Earnest Stamps: Migration within the U.S. [Interview transcript]. Retrieved from the Novak Archive at Marygrove College: http://detroitjourneys.marygrove.edu