Floyd Moody reflects on his feelings about the integration attempt of Mansfield High School.

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Title

Floyd Moody reflects on his feelings about the integration attempt of Mansfield High School.

Subject

Floyd Moody shares his feelings about integration attempts at Mansfield High School.

Description

Floyd Moody says he was not bitter or angry about integration events in 1956, he said about the white citizens of Mansfield, "they were raised up not having black folk in their school, maybe it wasn't that much against the race of black people, it was just something that was new to the individual and they couldn't accept it."

Source

UNT Oral History Program

Publisher

[no text]

Date

2015-04-22

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Interviewer

Kimberly Moody

Interviewee

Floyd Moody

Location

Bethlehem Baptist Church, Mansfield, Texas

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Citation

“Floyd Moody reflects on his feelings about the integration attempt of Mansfield High School.,” The Crisis at Mansfield, accessed May 27, 2022, https://mansfieldcrisis.omeka.net/items/show/264.