Narrator: Louis Mosley
Interviewer: Morris (Dino) Robinson
Transcriptionist: Audio Transcription Center
Subject-LOC: African Americans — United States — Evanston — Illinois — History 1960-2000 — Housing — Music — Recreation — Segregation — Social Conditions 1964-1975, 1975- —Suburban African Americans — Civil Rights —
Subject-IDA: African Americans Local History Oral History Domestic/Community/Social Life
Description: Louis Mosley came to Evanston in 1937. He served in the military and went through flight school, and taught Martial Arts. In the 1960s, he and several members of his class served as security when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr came to Evanston. Mosley speaks a lot about a segregated YMCA in Evanston. This recording was part of the “Through The Eyes of Us” series.
Date Original: June 13, 1997
Coverage Geographic: 408101|Evanston|Populated Place|IL|17|Cook|031|420228N|0874124W|42.0411414|-87.6900587|||||187|614|
Coverage Temporal: 1950s - 1990s
Collection Publisher: Shorefront Legacy Center
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