Content for Thursday, June 21, 1990

News & Stories

At Golden Age Apartments on 36th, San Diego blacks remember segregation

A whole different story if I'd been white

"Mandela isn't a hero to me. Ever'body equates us —black Americans —with Africa people, but I don't equate myself with those people because I don't know anything about them. . My people, the Alabama people, was Blackfoot Indians."

MCRD - Hell on Pacific Highway

Back to basic .

Like everything else, though, mail had its own element of terror. We had all written home imploring family and friends not to send packages or "treats” of any kind, and yet they sent the stuff anyway.