Oral History Interview with Darryl Eure, 1982 April 23, 2006 June 16
Mr. Eure was born in Omaha in 1950. He relates his involvement in the Omaha public schools (especially student activism at Central High School), in civil rights and anti-war activities, and in his work with the Afro Academy of Dramatic Arts in Omaha.
- 1982 April 23
- Digitization: 2006 June 16
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1 Items ; 4 hours, 36 minutes, 26 seconds
Draft transcript available.
Sound quality note: Original interview poorly recorded.
- African American arts -- Omaha (Neb.)
- Afro Academy of Dramatic Arts (Omaha, NE)
- Black Studies Department, University of Nebraska-Omaha
- Civil rights -- Omaha (Neb.)
- Education -- Omaha (Neb.)
- Eure, Darryl (Interviewee)
- Great Plains Black Museum (Omaha, Neb.)
- Nebraska Association for the Study of African American Life and History
- Omaha (Neb.)
- Omaha (Neb.) -- 20th Century
- Omaha Central High School (Omaha, Neb.)
- Race relations -- Omaha (Neb.)
- Smith, Alonzo
- Social life and customs -- Omaha (Neb.)
- Student activism -- Omaha (Neb.)