My Sister’s Latest Scholarly Article

My sister, Emilye, spent the academic year in Atlanta (instead of Rochester, NY). One of the happy consequences was that we got to see her more than we usually do. We also got to see early drafts of one of this year’s projects, an article on school desegregation for the Oral History Review.

My Mom and I gave her our impressions of the early drafts, and helped her track down some information. Now, I have the published version. It is titled “White Privilege, Black Burden: Lost Opportunities and Deceptive Narratives in School Desegregation in Claiborne County, Mississippi”.

Emilye, who teaches history at Geneseo College, said I can distribute it to people who are interested. Please send me an email if you want a .pdf copy.
Em, Mom, and MeEmilye and Patty Crosby, Sarah C. Campbell.

4 Responses to My Sister’s Latest Scholarly Article

  • Patty says:

    Sarah I am so glad you are helping get Emilye’s article to people who might want to read it.

  • Gwendolyn M. Oquendo says:

    Good job Emily!

    Some of my favorite memories are with you guys. Thanks for starting the Alcorn Group on Facebook and so many other things.

    I see you have a beautiful family and they are growing up confident and worldly…good job!

  • scampbell says:

    Thanks, Gwen. I can’t take credit for the Alcorn group, though. I think that was Pearl Smith Parker’s brainchild. I wholeheartedly agree. We had good times on campus, and on Bus 6.

  • Beth Crosby says:

    I’d love to read Emilye’s article. Pleaase send me the pdf.

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