BWI Liberia Project

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The Alvis A. Lee Memorial Documentation Project BWI Institute, Liberia Documentation Project

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We will interview Charles Edwards who was an administrator at Prarie View for the project at BWI in Kakata Liberia from 1979 till 1982 through the Prarie View contract, as they tell us about his experiences. All rights reserved, copyright... more

We will interview Charles Edwards who was an administrator at Prarie View for the project at BWI in Kakata Liberia from 1979 till 1982 through the Prarie View contract, as they tell us about his experiences. All rights reserved, copyright... more

Wife of Wardell Burwell, and Home Economics teacher will talk about her experiences at BWI. In this project, we will interview men and women who attended, administrated, studied or taught at BWI in Kakata Liberia from 1957 till... more

Estele Rutledge, 30 min show - Wife of John Rutledge, Plumbing Contractor/Instructor- We will interview educators, family and scholars who participated in BWI in Kakata Liberia from 1957 till 1961 through the Prarie View... more

PARTIAL SHOW ONLY - SOUND CUTS OUT AT ABOUT 28 MINUTES - WILL RESCHEDULE. Wife of Wardell Burwell, and Home Economics teacher will talk about her experiences at BWI. In this project, we will interview men and women... more

Mr. John Rutledge, plumbing specialist who taught at BWI in Kakata, Liberia during the 1950's and early 60's will tell us about his experiences. All rights reserved, copyright Alvis A. Lee Memorial Project

Mr. Johnny Gentry, who taught at BWI in Kakat Liberia from 1979 till 1982 will tell us about his experiences. All rights reserved, copyright Alvis A. Lee Memorial Project

Wife of Dr. Ernest K. Shaw will discuss her experiences in Africa while at the Booker Washington Institute in the 1950's. The BWI Liberia data collection and documentation project. Mr. Shaw is one of several educators who went to Liberia... more

Interview with Ernest K Shaw of the BWI - Liberia Project, from 1956 to 1961.

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