Interview with E. Poppa Rogers, Sr, 2018 November 10
University of Delaware. Library. Special Collections
E. Poppa Rogers, Sr., grew up in Wilmington. His mother was, the son of Ida Mae Rogers Kellerhan Stallings, a civil rights activist and one of the mothers of the welfare rights movement in Delaware. Rogers was a teenager in 1968 and, with his mother and siblings, was very active in the civil rights movement. Interview conducted by TAHIRA (interviewer) and David Kim (notetaker). Additional notes by Rebecca Johnson Melvin.
Newark (Del.), Wilmington (Del.), University of Delaware, Students for a Democratic Society (U.S.), Delaware National Guard, Democratic National Convention (1968 : Chicago, Ill.)
MSS 0858, Voices of 1968 oral history collection, Special Collections, University of Delaware Library, Newark, Delaware.