University of Baltimore Oral History Collection

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University of Baltimore Oral History Collection

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Joshua Davis

Items in the University of Baltimore Oral History Collection Collection

University of Baltimore student Monique Koch interviews National Guard officer Stephen Kiiru, and Eric Mejias, who lives in a neighborhood affected by the riots that occurred after Freddie Gray's death.

Walker, The Baltimore Riots.pdf
University of Baltimore student Gwenaviere Reaves-Walker wrote a paper for her history professor Joshua Davis regarding her oral history interviews with Clyde E. Boatwright, Fraternal Order of Police President for Lodge #5 for Baltimore School…

Coleman, Baltimore Riots.pdf
University of Baltimore student Aaron Coleman wrote a paper for his history class regarding the death of Freddie Gray from the perspective of his father Leo Coleman, who grew up in Baltimore during the 1968 Baltimore riots.

University of Baltimore student Gwenaviere Reaves-Walker interviews Baltimore City Council President Bernard "Jack Young regarding his background in Baltimore and his hope in creating stronger relationships between the Baltimore community and police.

University of Baltimore student Gwenaviere Reaves-Walker interviews writer and publisher Ralph E Johnson Jr, who was a participant in peaceful protests for improving community relations in Baltimore.

University of Baltimore student Gwenaviere Reaves-Walker interviews Mr. Clyde E. Boatwright, the Fraternal Order of Police President for Lodge #5 for Baltimore School police. Walker interviews Boatwright regarding the riots and reasons behind them.

University of Baltimore student Aaron Coleman interviews his father Leo Coleman about his experience growing up in a black family in Baltimore during the 1968 riots, along with his insight regarding the most recent riots in Baltimore.

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