Interview with Charles Stroud, February 22, 2023

Collection: Athens Oral History Project

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Description

Charles Stroud was born in Athens in 1939 to a tight-knit community. Stroud describes many of the neighborhood figures of his childhood as cousins, uncles, or aunts, even if they weren’t related by blood. Stroud was an educator in Macon and Athens for a total of 36 years, teaching social studies and history in middle schools. In this interview, Stroud talks about his experiences with institutionalized racism, the effects of integration, and the education system in Georgia.

Date

2023-02-22

Identifier

rbrl361aohp-085

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Duration

83 minutes



Citation

Charles Stroud and William Breeding, “Interview with Charles Stroud, February 22, 2023,” UGA Special Collections Libraries Oral Histories, accessed June 23, 2024, https://georgiaoralhistory.libs.uga.edu/RBRL361AOHP/rbrl361aohp-085.

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