Khadija DeLoache entered City College in the fall of 1966 with support from the CUNY Seek program. In this oral history, DeLoache discusses growing up in Harlem, her experience as a student activist, and the development of the Black Studies department at City College. DeLoache also discusses her memories of the Kennedy and Martin Luther King assassinations, and the political struggles of the 1960s. This interview was conducted by Douglas Medina for his research on the period of Open Admissions at the City University of New York.
Source | Medina, Douglas Creator | Medina, Douglas Date Created | May 6, 2014 Interviewers | Medina, Douglas Interviewees | DeLoache, Khadija Rights | Obtain From Medina, Douglas Item Type | Oral History (Digital) Cite This document | Medina, Douglas, “Oral History Interview with Khadija DeLoache,” CUNY Digital History Archive, accessed July 16, 2018, http://cdha.cuny.edu/items/show/6822.