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Desegregation at UGA: A Guide to Resources in UGA Special Collections: Oral History

Oral History Program

Home Page: https://www.libs.uga.edu/russell-library/oral-history

Contact: Christian Lopez -- Head, Oral History and Media, clopez@uga.edu, (706) 542-5782

Sarah McCoy -- Oral History Coordinator, sarah.mccoy@uga.edu, (706) 542-5438

About: The Oral History Program, a unit of the Russell Library, documents the voices and intersections of politics, public policy, government, society, and culture. Collection strengths and focuses include modern Georgia politics, policy, and biography, disability rights, U.S. foreign service, African-American experience, Athens, Georgia, and Athens music history. 

Oral History

Your Library

Address: 300 S. Hull St., Athens, GA 30602
Email: sclib@uga.edu   
Phone: (706) 542-7123