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Document Details


Title: Flip Schulke
Document type: Oral history
Accessibility: Free Only
Repository: Washington State University. Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections
Collection: Civil Rights Oral History Interviews
Description: Flip Schulke talks about his experiences photographing race related stories in the south. He discusses photographing the admission of the first black student, James Meredith, into the University of Mississippi. The effects of the assassination on Martin Luther King on the protests and marches is talked about. He finishes by discussing the differences between the youth of the 60s and the youth of today, and the effects of the protest movements.
URL: http://content.wsulibs.wsu.edu/cgi-bin/viewer.exe?CISOROOT=/oral_history_1&CISOPTR=4&CISORESTMP=/site-templates/search_results.html&CISOVIEWTMP=/site-templates/item_viewer.html&CISOMODE=grid&CISOGRID=thumbnail,A,1;title,A,1;subjec,A,0;descri,100,0;0,A,0;10&CISOBIB=title,A,1,N;subjec,A,0,N;descri,K,0,N;0,A,0,N;0,A,0,N;10&CISOTHUMB=2,5&CISOTITLE=10
Original Language: English
Audio: [Audio available]
Time span: Not indicated ... to 2001 (Year of interview)
Speaker: Schulke, Flip
Speaker gender: Male
Speaker race: White
Speaker occupation: Photographer; Photojournalist
Document date: 2001
Locations discussed: North America; Spokane, WA; United States; Washington
Topics discussed - ASP terms: African American families; African Americans--Segregation; African Americans--Washington; Civil rights; Civil rights movements--Washington; North America; Oral history; Spokane, WA; United States; Washington
ASP release: 2005-06
Document code: OHI0023881-25406