Abstract

Valerie Coates, the delegate for the African American Cultural Garden, discusses the African American experience in Cleveland and abroad. She discusses the formation of African American Cultural Garden, how it came to be, and the garden's future plans. Other topics include influential African Americans throughout history, slavery, and African American life in the mid 1900s.

Creator

Coates, Valerie (interviewee)

Creator

Williams, Ismal (interviewer)

Project

Cleveland Cultural Gardens series 1

Date

4-18-2005

Document Type

Oral History

Duration

46 minutes

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