Oral history interview with Harold Fields
@ Oklahoma State University Library
DescriptionHarold Fields, a 1968 graduate of Oklahoma State University (OSU) with a degree in civil engineering, talks about his childhood and dealing with some of the racial issues remaining in his Tulsa, Oklahoma, community. He explains why he decided to come to OSU and how he became involved in student activism on campus. He describes some of his memories from his time at OSU, good and bad, and some of the people he worked closely with. Fields discusses how his experiences at OSU led to the other activist work he has dedicated much of his life to and some of the projects he has worked on in past years as well as more recent. Lastly, he comments on his success and why he has continued to encourage activism throughout his life.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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