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Alice and Loretta Tate index part 2, 2020-09-17

Identifier: dcpl_dcohc020

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In Part 2 of the interview, Alice and Loretta Tate, mother and daughter, talks about life in the Marshall Heights community.


  • Creation: 2020-09-17


Biographical / Historical

Alice Tate is native Washingtonian that spent the majority of her childhood in Marshall Heights. She lived on one of the few farms in the neighborhood. She worked for the federal government and also raised her children in the Marshall Heights neighborhood. Mrs. Tate is an avid church-goer and a devout Christian. Loretta Tate is a native Washingtonian and was born and raised in the Marshall Heights community. She is daughter of Alice Tate. She is the former Chair of the Marshall Heights Civic Association and was instrumental in the start up of the Marshall Heights Community Development Organization and bring other resources to the community. Ms. Tate is Sunday school teacher and continues to live in the neighborhood.


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Part of the The People's Archive, Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Repository

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