Abstract

Juanita Storey and her husband moved into Cleveland Heights during a time of strong racial segregation. Race was the primary factor in determining where people lived. Realtors played a role in maintainig the racial segregation of the city. She describes the process of racial integration in the city during the 1960s at the height of the Civil Rights Movement. The 1960s was a particularly interesting time in Cleveland Heights because of the diversity of attitudes among the city's residents. People of all opinions about race were living in the city. Storey is happy to report that today Cleveland Heights is very integrated although socioeconomic status determines where people live.

Creator

Storey, Juanita (interviewee)

Creator

Hollowell, Bethany (interviewer)

Project

Provost Summer Program

Date

4-14-2013

Document Type

Oral History

Duration

29 minutes

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