Yvonne Revell

Roslyn Smith

Summary:

Yvonne Revell was a Bennett College student, living at home, during the sit-in demonstrations at the Woolworths lunch counter which began on Feb. 1, 1960, Greensboro, NC. The interview recounts her student days at Bennett College, the demonstrations in February 1960, how these events impacted on other events in her life, and her years as a schoolteacher in segregated schools.










Listen to Interview:




Part #1 - Bennette Belle

Part #2 - Decision to be there 





Parents Reactions

Part #3 - Sit-In Demonstration

Part #4 - After the Changes

Part #5 - Teaching





Integrated Education

Part #6 - Teaching Integration 





Finally Rewarded

Part #7 - Looking Back

Part #8 - Basic Infomration and Permission





Collections

Civil Rights Experiences

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Marygrove Archives ARC-SP 0100 File #1



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Example of proper citation/attribution:

Scher, D. (Interviewer) & Revell, Y. (Interviewee). (2004). Yvonne Revell: Civil Rights Movement [Interview transcript]. Retrieved from the Novak Archive at Marygrove College: http://detroitjourneys.marygrove.edu

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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