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|Title:||Hattie Tuggle, 2007|
|Keywords:||Oral history;Interviews;Civil rights;Memphis (Tenn.);Crossroads to Freedom;Segregation;Race relations;Kentucky State University;Segregation;Jim Crow, 1890-1976|
|Description:||This is an interview with Ms. Hattie Tuggle. Ms. Hattie Tuggle, now retired, has vivid memories of her live growing up in segregated Memphis. During her childhood, Ms. Tuggle was a member of the Girls Scouts which was segregated as well. Despite the fact that many obstacles were ingrained in the fabric of our society, Mrs. Tuggle was very involved in various activities such as the Melrose High School Choir, the softball team, and Mt. Pisgah C.M.E. Church. She contributed to the push for civil rights financially and with her encouraging spirit. 2007-07-13|
|Appears in Collections:||Crossroads to Freedom Oral History Collection|
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