One Hundred Years of Stories

Neenah Ellis has the latest is our series on American centenarians, One Hundred Years of Stories. She talks with 102-year-old Louisiana Hines, born in Alabama to parents who were the children of slaves. She lives in Detroit now, and relates her stories of growing up in the South and travelling to Michigan in the middle of the century.



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