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|Title:||Colenzo Hubbard, 2011|
|Keywords:||Memphis (Tenn.);African Americans;Urban planning;Cleaborn Homes;Organized crime;Neighborhood Histories;Emmanuel Center;Segregation;Public housing;Religion;Drug abuse and crime|
|Description:||Episcopal priest Colenzo Hubbard shares his experience of working with Cleaborn Homes residents for the past 22 years. He and his wife founded the Emmanuel Center, which hosts a variety of programs benefiting the community. He talks about the influx of gangs, drugs, and violence but says that crime has dwindled over the past decade.|
|Appears in Collections:||Cleaborn Homes Resident Interviews|
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