Interview with Calvin Gibson 1973-12-04


Calvin Gibson describes his work as a social worker for the Choctaw Indian Agency. He speaks about his education at Haskell Institute and his current social work courses. He discusses his childhoods speaking Choctaw and his struggles with English, and speaks about his vocation training as a baker. He describes why people leave and come back to the reservation, and then goes into greater detail about his duties as a social worker, helping families to get Social Security and other forms of assistance, and making home and school visits.