|Title||Conversations to Create Unity: Jarrett King's Interview|
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|Collection||Conversations to Create Unity Collection|
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|Narrator's name||King, Jarrett|
|Interview place||Susanna Dickinson Museum|
|Scope & Content||
Jarrett King reflects on his childhood going to private Catholic schools in Austin, Texas, and his adulthood involvement in Austin's theater scene and working at Sylvan Learning. He talks about his experiences of being one of the few African Americans in various school settings, discrimination and racism he has encountered, the gentrification of east Austin, and law enforcement's relationship with people of color.
This interview is part of an oral history project, Conversations to Create Unity, conducted by the Susanna Dickinson Museum and funded by Baylor University's Institute of Oral History. The project features fifteen oral histories from a diverse group of lifelong Austinites. Their interviews communicate race relations as a shared human experience and present a productive dialog about race in Austin, Texas.
|Extent of Description||2 WAV files (total 257 MB)|
|Language of Material||English|
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Cathedral School of St. Mary (Austin, Tex.)
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St. Edward's University
St. Michael's Catholic Academy (Austin, Tex.)