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Title: Tinassa Tucker, 2011
Contributor: Tucker, Tinassa
Jones, Stephanie
King, Jamie
Keywords: Memphis (Tenn.);African Americans;Urban planning;Cleaborn Homes;Neighborhood Histories;Ross Group;Memphis Housing Authority;Segregation;Public housing
Issue Date: 30-Jul-2011
Description: In this interview with Tinassa Tucker, she talks about how many of her family members lived in the same building as her in Cleaborn Homes, including her sister Vanessa Tucker and cousin Kluzeskesi Tucker. She remembers Cleaborn Homes fondly and describes some of the different local programs including the Ross Group that helped residents find gainful employment. She also describes the difficulties many residents had trying to find to homes in 2010, and how the MHA tried to aid the transition process.
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