Wayne Crosse immigrated from Guyana to the United States in 1955, and his family eventually settled in Wilmington, Delaware. He attended the University of Delaware before being drafted in 1969, returning to the University in 1973. The interview covers his immigration experience, his experiences on campus and visiting Main Street Newark, racial discrimination on campus, Greek life, student activism, and the founding of the University of Delaware's first Black fraternity, Omega Psi Phi.
Interviewed by Chris Barnwell over Zoom, running time for the main interview is 42 minutes, 54 seconds.
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