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Video Interview with Jarmilla McMillan-Arnold at Vegas PBS, April 2, 2013
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Digital IDohr000803
TitleVideo Interview with Jarmilla McMillan-Arnold at Vegas PBS, April 2, 2013
NarratorMcMillan-Arnold, Jarmilla
Material SetMcMillan-Arnold, Jarmilla
InterviewerWhite, Claytee D.;
DescriptionDaughter of Dr. James McMillan, first black dentist in Las Vegas and a former NAACP president, recalls moving to Las Vegas from Detroit, learning about segregation here. She mentions list of outstanding female mentors and community leaders, and much more.
Identified IndividualsWest, Charles I.
Belafonte, Harry, 1927- @LoC
Basie, Count, 1904-1984 @LoC
Hoggard, J. David
Hoggard, Mabel
Kirkland, Barbara
Ray, Clarence
Wilson, Woodrow
Williams, Aaron
Bailey, William H., 1927- @LoC
Johnson, Lubertha
Preddy, Sarann Knight
Key, Alice
Williams, Brenda J.
Walker, Eleanor
McMillan, James B., 1917- @LoC
Identified Corporate BodiesNational Association for the Advancement of Colored People @LoC
Identified NeighborhoodBerkley Square;
Neighborhood City / TownLas Vegas
SourceOral History Research Center, Special Collections, UNLV
Original CollectionAfrican Americans in Las Vegas: A Collaborative Oral History Project
Original Date (interview)2013-04-02
Subject (FAST)Segregation
Community activists
African American women
DC TypeMoving Image
Specific Genre (LCSH)Video recordings
RightsThis material may be protected by copyright. Personal, including educational and academic, use of this material is without restriction; but acknowledgement of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, University Libraries is requested whether the use is oral, web or in print. Commercial use of any portion of this material requires permission. For further information please contact Digital Collections: This document is an oral history. It is a spoken account of certain events and phenomena recorded at one particular moment and filtered through one individual's life experience, sensibility, and memory. As such, it should be considered a primary source rather than a final, verified, or complete narrative of the events it records.
Digital PublisherUniversity of Nevada Las Vegas
Digital CollectionThe African American Experience in Las Vegas
Master Extent00:48:24; 1,159,566,373 bytes
Master File Formatvideo/mp4
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