Black and Born in Bangor
This is an oral history of Nancy Dymond. In 1997, Dymond became the first Maine-born African American person to earn a bachelor’s degree in Education from UMaine to then go on and teach in Maine.
This audio-visual recording was originally a public program offered by the Eastern Maine Community College in February 2021 as part of Black History Month. The program was presented via Zoom.
William Cook, a history teacher and manager of the EMCC library, implemented the program.
Bangor Maine, Teaching, Nancy Dymond
Cook, William and Dymond, Nancy, "Black and Born in Bangor" (2021). African American Collection. 6.
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