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    Doris Crenshaw Speaks


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     XAJUAR111, videographer for Vergo Productions LLC, recorded this interview with Civil Rights activist Doris Crenshaw in Washington, D.C., shortly after the univeiling of the city's MLK memorial last year. 'In this portion of the interview, she made clear that women and children did a lot of the leg and activist work to bring about the changes we take for granted today,' he said. 'In all they did, they were protected by their faith in God!'
    - jmsaba, CNN iReport producer

    Following the Dr. MLK Jr Memorial Dedication in DC; Noted Civil Rights Pioneer ( in her own right), Doris Crenshaw speaks candidly about her history and the social parity played by her many years of involvement!

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