United States Highway 66; African Americans; Segregation; Discrimination; Police
Ash Grove (Mo.)
Audio-only interview addendum with Karl W. (Father Moses) Berry by interviewers Samuel Knox and Tom Peters at Father Berry's Theotokos "Unexpected Joy" Orthodox Church in Ash Grove, Missouri. November 10, 2014. Part of the "Birthplace: Greater Springfield Route 66 Oral History Project."
Includes discussion of the difficulties of African Americans using restrooms and encountering discrimination and police officers along Route 66.
1 streaming video (5 min., 37 sec.): Route 66 Oral History Project (M080)
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