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  1. Florence Taylor-Johnson was an African-American political activist that lived in Elmhurst, Queens. I[...]
    Florence Taylor-Johnson, Full Interview

  2. After recording a reading of his poem, "in memory of mary sendek," poet and Elmhurst resident, Matth[...]
    Matthew Kremer, Full Interview

  3. Richard Canning talks about growing up in Elmhurst in the nineteen-thirties.[...]
    Richard Canning, Clip 3: A Happy Childhood

  4. In March 1968, Florence Taylor-Johnson was working at a local social security office. A few days aft[...]
    Florence Taylor-Johnson, Clip 4: The Death of MLK

  5. Richard talks about Elmhurst as it was when he was growing up.[...]
    Richard Canning, Clip 2: Get a Haircut and Vote at [...]

  6. Poet and Elmhurst resident, Matthew Kremer, reads his poem, "in memory of mary sendek." The poem ref[...]
    Matthew Kremer Clip 2: Matthew Kremer Reads, " [...]

  7. After recording a reading of his poem, "in memory of mary sendek," poet and Elmhurst resident, Matth[...]
    Matthew Kremer Clip 1: Finding Inspiration in Elmh [...]

  8. Florence Taylor-Johnson talks about integrating two schools during her childhood: PS 127 and Flushin[...]
    Florence Taylor-Johnson, Clip 1: School Integratio [...]

  9. Florence Taylor-Johnson talks about her reasons for joining the Civil Rights Movement[...]
    Florence Taylor-Johnson, Clip 3: Civil Rights Move [...]

  10. Florence Taylor-Johnson discusses how she became involved with the Civil Rights Movement in 1963.[...]
    Florence Taylor-Johnson, Clip 2: Becoming Involved [...]