Black Student Union
Higher Education | Race and Ethnicity | United States History
Laila Sholtz-Ames interviewed by Madison Riley, August 26, 2020, in Old Town, Maine and Madrid, Spain. Sholtz-Ames talks about reasons for coming to the University of Maine; her involvement with the Black Student Union organization on campus; how the community and university responded to Black Student Union; experience with racist incidents on campus; interactions with UMaine campus police; recollection of event called 'Women of Color: the UMaine Experience'.
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Sholtz-Ames, Laila, "Laila Sholtz-Ames interviewed by Madison Riley" (2020). University of Maine Racial Justice Collection. 258.