"I remember we was the first one on the street that had a telephone and a T.V. . . . it was a big deal to me because everybody in the neighborhood used to have to come to our house to use the telephone and then I remember on Sunday nights everybody used to come to our house to look at the Ed Sullivan Show."
Authentic stories are told with authentic language that might offend some listeners. The following interview contains descriptions of racist language and views in the context of the subject's personal experience.
Racial Boundaries in Rosedale
Lisa Stewart recounts crossing the wall that separated the black community from the white.
Lisa Stewart describes the activities in which she participated as a child, including scouts, swimming, and sports. She also recounts some childhood escapades in which she and her friends jumped into a “whites-only” pool.