District Six refers to a former inner-city residential area in Cape Town, South Africa. It is best known for the forced removal of over 60 000 of its residents by the apartheid government. This extensive sub-collection contains interviews from various projects conducted between 1985 and 2002. The majority of interviewees resided or worked in District Six prior to being forcibly removed. Themes include: children, the Coon Carnival, crime, resident’s experiences of relocation, gangs, household arrangements, jazz, marriage, mixed marriages across racial lines, music, nostalgia, recreation, religion, schooling, social and racial issues and work.