|Title||Oral history interview with Darryl Randolph, 15 November 2016|
|Credit line||Courtesy of Darryl Randolph.|
|Collection||Hampton Sit-In Oral History Project|
|Object Type||Digital Gift|
|Narrator's name||Darryl Randolph|
|Description/Scope & Content||Darryl Randolph, interviewed by Linda Holmes, recorded 15 November 2016, for the Hampton Sit-In Demonstration Oral History Project. The narrator describes childhood in Richmond and work of parents; architecture studies at Hampton Institute; speakers on campus, including Jackie Robinson; segregation at Lee Theater (now American Theater); leisure activities on campus; segregation and racism experienced during military service, especially during the Vietnam War and traveling from post to post; and historical memory of the 1960 protests at Hampton.|
|Interview place||Hampton History Museum|
|Length of Interview||00:51:04|
|Extent of Description||
Master video file (mp4)
Web access video file (mp4)
Randolph, Darryl I.
Moses, William, Dr.
Civil Rights (Segregation/Integration/Jim Crow)
Hampton University/Institute/Normal School
Site--Phoebus Historic District
Structure--American Theater (Lee Theater)
Structure--W.Queen St. #12-14(2)
|Parent Collection record||CC2016.19.0|
The Hampton Sit-In Oral History Project was funded in part by a grant from the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities.
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