Donald Smith Oral History
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Donald R. Smith speaks of his childhood in the Algonquin neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky. He discusses the integration of Parkland Jr. High School and white flight to the suburbs of Louisville. He includes his experience attending Morehead State University with African American students. He talks about his marriage to an African American female and his employment at the Exposition Center. He includes his ideas about race relations in the United States and speaks about his future ideas for the West End of Louisville.

This oral history was conducted by Carl Creason on December 2, 2014 in Louisville, Kentucky.

Licence : CC BY-NC-SA 3.0


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