Interview with Rodrigus Kentavis Graham: Life as an African-American in the Rio Grande Valley
Anne Marie Huff conducted an interview with Rodrigus Kentavis Graham at residence in Mission, TX. Mr. Graham grew up in a predominantly African-American area of Atlanta and graduated from Morehouse College, and came to the Rio Grande Valley with the Teach for America program. He discusses Black-Brown relations in the RGV and social justice commonalities that can unite Latinos and African Americans toward a higher purpose.
This interview was conducted as part of the CHAPS Porciones to Colonias project.
Audio only interview conducted in English
MP3, 55.7 MB, 192 kbps, run time 00:40:34
Graham, Rodrigus Kentavis and Huff, Anne-Marie, "Interview with Rodrigus Kentavis Graham: Life as an African-American in the Rio Grande Valley" (2012). Community Historical Archaeology Project with Schools (CHAPS) Oral Histories. 78.