Migration to Detroit: Lenolia Na-Na Gaddy migrated to Detroit as a young girl. She recounts her life from her migration from Armory, Mississippi and the racial tension known there to the booming city of Detroit where she experienced a different lifestyle. She lived through two historical points in Detroits history and gave accounts of both the 1943 Race Riot and the Detroit Riot of 1967. Ms. Gaddy has resided in Detroit for over 80 years.
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- Date Interviewed: Thursday, 06 March 2014
- Interviewer: Sherry McClendon
Marygrove Archives ARC-SP 0100 File #38
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McClendon, S. (Interviewer) & Gaddy, L. (Interviewee). (2014). Lenolia Gaddy: Migration within the U.S. [Interview transcript]. Retrieved from The John Novak Digital Interview Collection of the Marygrove College: https://www.marygrove.edu/detroit-journeys