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My Fellow Americans: Last White Woman in South-Central

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My Fellow Americans: Last White Woman in South-Central

My Fellow Americans: Last White Woman in South-Central

My Fellow Americans: Last White Woman in South-Central

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Dorothy Copeland has been called the last white woman in South Central Los Angeles. NPR's Karen Grigsby Bates talks with 96-year-old Copeland about race and gardening in the neighborhood she has lived in for half a century.