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The Delaware Historical Society Jane and Littleton Mitchell Center's Voices of the Elders oral history series highlights six prominent African American community leaders in Delaware. The series features interviews with Dr. Joseph E. Johnson, Esthelda Parker-Selby, The Reverend Canon Lloyd S. Casson,  James H. Gilliam, Sr., Mayor George Wright, Jr. and Dr. Lozelle DeLuz.

 

Voices of the Elders:
Stories of African Americans
in Delaware Series Highlighting
Dr. Lozelle DeLuz
December 2015

 

 

Voices of the Elders:
Stories of African Americans
in Delaware Series Highlighting
Mayor George Wright, Jr.

October 2015

 

Voices of the Elders:
Stories of African Americans
in Delaware Series Highlighting
James H. Gilliam, Sr.

August 2015


 

Voices of the Elders:
Stories of African Americans
in Delaware Series Highlighting
The Reverend Canon Lloyd S. Casson:
The Reverend Canon Lloyd S. Casson:
Clergyman and Community Leader

June 2015

 

Voices of the Elders:
Stories of African Americans
in Delaware Series Highlighting
Esthelda "Stell" Parker-Selby:
Esthelda "Stell" Parker-Selby Educator/Politician
April 2015

 

Voices of the Elders:
Stories of African Americans
in Delaware Series Highlighting
Dr. Joseph E. Johnson:
Dr. Joseph E. Johnson: African American Educator
February 2015

 

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