Northside News Volume VII, Edition 11

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Northside News Volume VII, Edition 11





“Northside News Volume VII, Edition 11,” Marian Cheek Jackson Center Oral History Trust, accessed May 31, 2020,

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Still living in the house their mother had built 70 years ago, the Foster siblings have dedicated their lives to justice. Harold was a leader in the local civil rights movement; Esphur is a community historian known everywhere in North Carolina for her leadership at UNC’s law school; Charley is a dedicated food justice…
Esphur Foster has lived on Cotton Street in Chapel Hill, North Carolina for 70 years.  In this interview, Foster discusses the powerful life of her mother, Hattie Mae Foster, as well as growing up in Chapel Hill during a pivotal time in history. She also describes much about life before, during, and after the Civil Rights…
Harold Foster rallies demonstrators in front of St. Joseph CME church before marching through Chapel Hill.

First row left to right:
Harold Foster, Anita Booth, Larry Foushee, Wilbert Jones, (unknown), (unknown child), Bernard Foushee, Maxene Mason
Harold Foster and other marchers with the Chapel Hill Freedom movement point to a segregated restaurant.