Rashaud Brown Interview
Crawford, Eric (Interviewer)
Rashaud Brown spent most of his childhood between Plantersville and Hemingway, South Carolina. Rashaud then moved to Columbia, South Carolina to pursue his tertiary studies at Benedict College. There, he majored in Elementary Education. Brown went on to work in Memphis, Tennessee then moved to Fort Mill, South Carolina. He travels back to Plantersville occasionally to meet with his family though he currently resides in Fort Mill. Brown shared details about his childhood in South Carolina as well as his family’s history. He expressed his most important experiences as he grew up in Plantersville. This interview took place in December of 2021. It was conducted by Eric Crawford and Sara Daise via Zoom.
Plantersville (S.C.)--History;Georgetown County (S.C.)--Economic conditions;Georgetown County (S.C.)--Race relations;Georgetown County (S.C.)--Social life and customs;African Americans--Education--South Carolina;Gullahs--South Carolina--Interviews;Gullahs--Plantersville (S.C.)--Interviews;Brown, Rashaud;Plantersville (S.C.)
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Brown, Rashaud and The Athenaeum Press, "Rashaud Brown Interview" (2020). Plantersville Oral Histories, 2019-2021. 5.