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Oral history interview with JoAnn Richardson Clark

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JoAnn Richardson Clark, a 1979 graduate of Oklahoma State University (OSU) with a doctorate in education, talks about the discrimination she faced as one of the few African American students in her classes. She discusses her educational path and the challenges at each step. Clark also recalls her time at OSU and talks about her career in higher education following graduation. Clark represents Logan County in the Cowboys in Every County project.The O-STATE Stories Oral History collection is comprised of interviews which chronicle the rich history, heritage, and traditions of Oklahoma State University.
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Text; Image Transcripts; Video Recordings
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Milligan, Sarah
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