Interview with Darryl Reed

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Title
Interview with Darryl Reed
Contributors
Reed, Darryl (interviewee)
Boltz, Lucy (interviewer)
Date Created
2012-11-13
Abstract
Reed talks about his childhood in Providence on the East Side and the West Side, where he moved when he was seven. He describes the African American families that lived on Benefit Street in earlier decades (1950s and 1960s) before the area became gentrified. His interview especially highlights the history of small markets and restaurants near Cranston Street and the impact of immigration and changing demographics.
Notes
743 Cranstron Street, God is Able African Market

Citation

"Interview with Darryl Reed" (2012). Mashapaug Pond. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://repository.library.brown.edu/studio/item/bdr:697448/

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    Mashapaug Pond and Reservoir Triangle Collection This collection contains oral history interviews, images, and research materials gathered by Brown University students. The project seeks to uncover personal stories related to the natural, social, and cultural history of Mashapaug Pond (Providence ...

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