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Doris Jean Castle-Scott interview, Part 2
Castle-Scott, Doris Jean
Rogers, Kim Lacy
The interview begins with Castle-Scott talking about her grandmothers and the types of people that helped out with Civil rights. She talks about her sister and the type of person she was.
The interview begins with Castle-Scott describing her two grandmothers and the similarities and differences between the two. She then talks about how her grandmother helped them with some activities within Civil rights such as desegregating charity hospital. Rogers and Castle-Scott then begin discussing the types of people who were involved in Civil rights and what their mindset was like. Castle-Scott talks about how they all made the conscious choice to become Civil rights activist. Castle-Scott talks about her sister Oretha, and how her personality helped her to accomplish many things in her lifetime. She says Oretha had a lot of authority within their group and she was a good leader. Castle-Scott says Oretha was nicer than most people would assume and reminisces on some times they shared together.
New Orleans (La.)
Amistad Research Center
Rogers.Castle-Scott 1.19.1989 Tape1-02
Box 3, Item 16, Side 2, Kim Lacy Rogers collection, Amistad Research Center at Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
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