Keith Arnold

Keith Arnold


Keith Arnold was born April 5, 1943. He was raised in Buffalo, New York. In this interview, Keith Arnold revisits living in the state of New York as a child and young adult. He recounts his experience as a child with his friends and what it was like to grow up in Buffalo. Then he goes on to tell how and when he migrated to Michigan, and what life was like when he arrived to Detroit.

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  • Date Interviewed: Wednesday, 22 February 2012
  • Interviewer: Ashley Turner


Migration within U.S.

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Download Arnold.02.22.2012_KA_transcript.pdf

Marygrove Archives ARC-SP 0100 File #33


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Turner, A. (Interviewer) & Arnold, K. (Interviewee). (2012). Keith Arnold: Migration within the U.S. [Interview transcript]. Retrieved from the Novak Archive at Marygrove College:

Detroit Journeys Collection

Detroit Journeys Collection

The Detroit Journeys Collection features interviews focusing on the experiences of individuals migrating within the U.S. or from outside the U.S. to Detroit, Michigan.

Experiences Collection

Experiences Collection

The Experiences Collection features two sections. The first section includes interviews with women from Bennett College who participated in the Woolworth's Lunch Counter civil rights demonstration in Greensboro, North Carolina. The second section includes interviews with migrant workers from Homestead, Florida.

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