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dc.contributorScott, Thomas Allan (1943- )
dc.contributor.authorGagne, Robyn
dc.contributor.otherMinnie, Ida Belle Frezzell (1939- )
dc.coverage.spatialMarietta, Georgia
dc.coverage.spatialCobb County
dc.identifier.citationInterview with Ida Belle Frezzell Minnie transcript, 2009-11-07, Cobb NAACP/Civil Rights series, 2009-2010, Kennesaw State University Oral History Project, 1973- , KSU/45/05/001, Kennesaw State University Archives.
dc.descriptionIda Belle Frezzell Minnie was born in Cedar Hill, Tennessee, and grew up in Monessen, Pennsyvania. She attended the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and received a B.A. in English and a Master's degree in Education. Ms. Minnie taught school for many years in the Ringgold School District in Washington County, Pennsylvania, before moving to Georgia in 2004. She has been active in advocating for civil rights and attended in the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on August 28, 1963. Ms. Minnie is a member of the New Friendship Missionary Baptist Church in Marietta, Georgia.
dc.publisherKennesaw State University Archives
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dc.subjectCivil rights movements.
dc.subjectMinnie, Ida Belle Frezzell (1939- )
dc.subjectNational Association for the Advancement of Colored People -- History.
dc.subjectOral histories.
dc.titleInterview with Ida Belle Frezzell Minnie transcript

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    The Cobb NAACP/Civil Rights Series consists of forty-one oral history interviews done with a variety of people across Cobb County. The purpose of the project is to collect personal experiences of people with the Cobb County Branch and its predecessor, the Marietta Branch, of the NAACP, as well as the Civil Rights movement in Cobb County, Georgia.

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