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Oral history interview with Janice Tildon-Burton
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Janice Tildon-Burton grew up in Wilmington, Delaware, and attended the University of Delaware as a commuter student, graduating with her bachelors degree in 1970 and her masters in 1973. In this interview, she talks about her childhood in Wilmington, her time attending Howard University before coming to the University of Delaware, her experience on campus and the impact attending UD had on her life and career, treatment of Black students at UD, involvement with the local chapter of Delta Sigma Theta (she had been a member at Howard), and other reflections on her life and career. Interviewed by Wilson Legg on Zoom, duration 52 minutes, 24 seconds.
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University of Delaware Library, Museums and Press
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