Denson, Clarence 2006-01-19

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Denson discusses his life growing up in Lubbock and the changes he has seen within the community over the years.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Clarence Denson

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Date: January 19, 2006

Location: Lubbock, Texas

Interviewer: Daniel Sanchez

Length: 01:05:19


Background; Family; Growing up in Lubbock; Exchange Assembly; Dunbar School/Community; Mrs. M.K. Los – Librarian; Sports/Athletics Professor Damian Hill – Industrial Arts Teacher; Football; Texas Southern University – Houston; Academic Success in High School; Change from Lubbock to Houston; Change from Houston to California; Tennis; George Scott’s coaching methods; Community of Lubbock; Involvement/Duties in Lubbock; Inspiring/ Impacting People; Family Life – difficulties of single parenthood; Military Service; Stereotyping and Labeling; Personality Insight – Competitiveness; Sports as a metaphor for life; Movie Theatres; Mackenzie Park & Racial Profiling; Future prospects for Lubbock Community.

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