Interview with Charlotte Eady, May 11, 2018

Collection: Griffin African American Oral History Project

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Description

Charlotte Eady was born in Blackshear, Georgia, and grew up during mandatory integration, being one of first three African American students at her high school. Eady works as an associate professor of education leadership at Jacksonville State University where she conducts qualitative research on education. In this interview, Eady discusses her educational experience both as a student and in her career, along with the impact of segregation on the Blackshear community. Eady talks about attending Blackshire High School, her impressions of community leader C.W. Daniels, inequalities in education due to segregation, and the effect of integration on community identity.

Date

2018-05-11

Identifier

RBRL418GAA-018

Coverage

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Location

Griffin, Georgia

Duration

66 minutes



Citation

Charlotte Eady et al., “Interview with Charlotte Eady, May 11, 2018,” UGA Special Collections Libraries Oral Histories, accessed September 28, 2020, http://russelllibraryoralhistory.org/RBRL418GAA/RBRL418GAA-018.