North Carolina Museum of History - This is a recording of a live event held in the NC Museum of History's Story of North Carolina exhibit on February 15, 2017. Michelle Lanier, Director of the North Carolina African American Heritage Commission and Earl Ijames, curator at the museum, join educator Sally Bloom in this program geared for students in grades 3-8.
A selection of recorded oral history interviews chronicling African-American life during the age of legal segregation in the American South, from the 1890s to the 1950s.
The four interviews linked to below are from James City residents.
James City Oral Interviews from Behind the Veil collection at the John Hope Franklin Research Center at Duke University.
- National Museum of African American History and CultureInternational Civil Rights Center & MuseumNational Civil Rights MuseumThe National Memorial for Peace and JusticeThe Legacy Museum: From Enslavement to Mass IncarcerationThe Mere Distinction of Colourhttps://www.montpelier.org/learn/6-ways-that-understanding-slavery-will-change-how-you-understand-american-freedomJames City Oral History InterviewsBehind the Veil. John Hope Franklin Research Center at Duke University Libraries.