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Doris Jean Castle-Scott interview, Part 1
Castle-Scott, Doris Jean
Rogers, Kim Lacy
Castle-Scott discusses her upbringing with Rogers and tells some stories from her childhood. She touches on how she and her siblings were raised to be independent. Castle-Scott describes her experience with segregation and how her family has made her who she is today.
Castle-Scott begins by discussing her upbringing and some family background. She talks about experiences she had as a child and how Castle-Scott and her siblings were very independent. She tells about how her parents were always working so they bought them stuff other kids didn't have to make up for it. She talks about how her family valued quality over quantity. Rogers then asks if Castle-Scott has dealt with segregation and she begins to tell a story about her sister. She goes on to explain how supportive her family was to her and reminisces on old memories.
FamilyChildhood and youthSegregationCivil rights
New Orleans (La.)
Amistad Research Center
Rogers.Castle-Scott 1.19.1989 Tape1-01
Box 3, Item 16, Side 1, Kim Lacy Rogers collection, Amistad Research Center at Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
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