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|Title:||Rosenia Whiting, 2011|
|Keywords:||Memphis (Tenn.);African Americans;Urban planning;Cleaborn Homes;Organized crime;Neighborhood Histories;Emmanuel Center;Segregation;Public housing;Drug abuse and crime|
|Description:||Rosenia Whiting and three of her children describe how Cleaborn Homes changed since moving there in 1956. She describes the work that the Emmanuel Center did for her and other members of the community and how drugs and gang activity changed how Cleaborn residents treated eachother.|
|Appears in Collections:||Cleaborn Homes Resident Interviews|
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