Warlick and Ferguson videotape and transcripts, 2003.
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Videotape and transcripts of presentations by Ernie Warlick and Charley Ferguson on "Growing Up in the South Before the Civil Rights Movement," at the Symposium on Racial Equality at Hilbert College in Hamburg, N.Y., on 7 April 2003. Ernie Warlick described life as an African American in racially segregated Hickory, N.C., and segregation in college sports in North Carolina in the 1940s and 1950s. Charley Ferguson described segregation in Galveston, Tex., including segregation in high school sports and civil rights sit-ins and marches in Nashville, Tenn., in 1960.
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- Ernie Warlick, a tight end from from North Carolina Central University, played for the Buffalo Bills, 1962-1965, and was the first African American sportscaster on Buffalo television. Charley Ferguson attended Tennessee State University before playing for the Buffalo Bills as a wide receiver, 1963-1969.
- In the Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#5133-z).
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