Interview with Lee Williams
Lee Williams discusses his family's migration to California from Texas, growing up in Oakland in the 1940s, his grandparents work in the shipyards during World War II, playing as a child in West Oakland, his experiences as a musician, and the effects of urban redevelopment on Oakland.
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