Eugene Farrar - Singing Spirituals

Interviewed by Hudson Vaughan on January 12, 2010
In this clip, Mr. Farrar sings and talks about the importance of religion and music to African American life from the slavery period to today.

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Eugene Farrar - Singing Spirituals

Description

In this clip, Mr. Farrar sings and talks about the importance of religion and music to African American life from the slavery period to today.

Subject

Farrar, Eugene

Type

Oral History

Creator

Marian Cheek Jackson Center

Publisher

Marian Cheek Jackson Center

Date

2010-01-12

Rights

Open for research.

Language

English

Identifier

FON_0108_c1

Coverage

Eugene Farrar

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Interview Date

2010-01-12

Interviewee

Farrar, Eugene

Interviewer

Vaughan, Hudson

Duration

00:01:42

Citation

Marian Cheek Jackson Center, “Eugene Farrar - Singing Spirituals,” Marian Cheek Jackson Center Oral History Trust, accessed May 31, 2020, https://archives.jacksoncenter.info/items/show/268.

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In this clip, Mr. Farrar talks about registering to vote, but more importantly, actually exercising the right to vote in elections.

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Eugene is past head of the local NAACP. He recalls the power of the former Midway business district to provide economic resources and gathering places for Northsiders. He wanted to be pictured here in Baldwin Park pursuing one of his greatest passions: registering people to vote.
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