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Doris Jean Castle-Scott interview, Part 7
Castle-Scott, Doris Jean
Rogers, Kim Lacy
This interview wraps up what Castle-Scott did after her service in the Civil rights movement and some relationships she has made since then. She reflects on some of the choices she has made in life and discusses some of her views.
The interview picks up at the end of part 6 where Rogers asks Castle-Scott what she was doing after the movement and she says she went to work for the Urban League from 1967-72. She also worked for Training Corporation of America (TCA) and Concentrated Employment Program (CEP) where she worked to help drug addicts. She then talks about some past relationships she has been in and how they ended up. She describes the friendships she has had and how they were they were mutually understanding. She looks back on experiences that she had with some of her friends. Rogers then asks if Castle-Scott would do it all again to which she replies yes. She says the only thing she would change is more time for her personal life. She goes on to reminisce on her own life and some of the paths she has taken. Rogers and Castle-Scott then start discussing politics and how it interests her but she doesn't want to entertain it. Castle-Scott then describes her position in politics and her views. The interview concludes with Rogers asking Castle-Scott if she is happy and she replies by saying she is relatively content.
New Orleans (La.)
Amistad Research Center
Rogers.Castle-Scott 1.19.1989 Tape4
Box 3, Item 19, Kim Lacy Rogers collection, Amistad Research Center at Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
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