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"The league was organized" – Adele Clark (2:26)
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From Suffrage
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"Franchise was a reward" – Rosamonde R. Boyd (0:41)
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From Suffrage
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"I won't stop it" – Gladys Avery Tillett (1:49)
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From Suffrage
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"Women weren't all crazy to register" – Kathrine Robinson Everett (0:25)
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From Suffrage
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"That's how you got registered" – Viola Turner (3:04)
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From Suffrage
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"There wasn't any rioting" – Adele Clark (4:11)
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From Suffrage
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"Education for women was justified" – Mary Turner Lane (1:43)
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From Education
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"I finished Benedict in 1921" – Modjeska Simkins
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From Education
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"A painful decision for me" – Pauli Murray
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From Education
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"Ungracious" – Kathrine Robinson Everett (0:56)
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From Education
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"What difference does it make?" – Pauli Murray
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From Education
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"They included me" – Naomi Elizabeth Morris (0:21)
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From Education
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"Women weren't wanted here" – Mary Turner Lane (1:03)
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From Opportunities for Change
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"Everyone had a wife" – Mary Turner Lane (0:50)
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From Challenges of Change
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"Women married did not work" – Cornelia Spencer Love (0:18)
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From Work
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"Married teachers couldn't teach" – Modjeska Simkins
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From Work
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"Full-time wife" – Mary Turner Lane (0:16)
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From Work
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"Give them employment" – Guion Griffis Johnson (0:33)
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From Work
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"I had to be prepared to support them" – Guion Griffis Johnson (2:23)
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From Work
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"My abiding sense of guilt" – Mary Turner Lane (1:14)
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From Work
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"Out of the work force" – Juanita Kreps (1:44)
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From Work
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"It's something that you grew up with" – Pauli Murray (3:27)
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From Civil Rights
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"Not a one of them supported me" – Septima Poinsette Clark (1:38)
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From Civil Rights
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"I was drafted" – Ella Baker (2:34)
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From Civil Rights
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"I've never had one weight laid on me" – Modjeska Simkins (3:03)
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From Civil Rights
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"We can put on a boycott" – Modjeska Simkins (4:32)
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From Civil Rights
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program

"We are on strike" – Elizabeth Brooks (1:20)
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From Civil Rights
Complete Oral History from Documenting the American South and the Southern Oral History Program