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Title: Tervillious Burns, 2011
Contributor: Burns, Tervillious
Jones, Stephanie
Keywords: Memphis (Tenn.);African Americans;Urban planning;Cleaborn Homes;Organized crime;Neighborhood Histories;Memphis City Schools;Segregation;Public housing;Education;Community life
Issue Date: 27-Jul-2011
Description: In this interview, Tervillious Burns describes his time at Cleaborn Homes where he spent his last three years of highschool. Despite increasing instances of violence, Tervillious explains that Cleaborn Homes was essentially a quiet neighboorhood and that he had a good experience living there even though he sometimes felt wary about his safety.�He talks about how school programs like the Micro program helped him and others to go on to get a higher education and aspire to be doctors and lawyers.
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