Interview with William Everich (first half)

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Title

Interview with William Everich (first half)

Subject

Ethnic groups and nationalities -- African Americans -- Italians -- Puerto Ricans (Boricuas) -- Ukrainians
Youth culture and gangs -- scooters -- Spanish Devils -- Suicides -- wiffle ball
Racism -- assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Drugs and addiction -- heroin epidemic -- drug detoxification -- Lincoln Hospital -- therapeutic communities -- Logos -- methadone -- Lincoln Detox
Radicalism -- class struggle -- racism as barrier to organizing -- Young Lords Party -- White Lightning
Music and musicians -- Doo wop -- Motown -- Latin music -- bomba -- plena -- congas
Lincoln Hospital -- Rodríguez, Carmen, death of
Neighborhoods (The Bronx, New York) -- Mott Haven

Description

First half of an oral history with William Everich, conducted originally through the Bronx African American History Project and dual-listed under the Bronx Latino History Project.

Creator

Everich, William

Publisher

Bronx Latino History Project
Bronx African American History Project

Date

May 8, 2008

Contributor

Naison, Mark

Format

MP3

Language

English

Type

Oral history

Oral History Item Type Metadata

Interviewer

Naison, Mark

Interviewee

Everich, William

Transcription

Original Format

MP3

Duration

01:00:30

Files

Everich, William Part 1.mp3
Everich William.pdf

Citation

Everich, William, “Interview with William Everich (first half),” Bronx History Online, accessed December 1, 2022, https://digital.bchslibrary.org/items/show/550.

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