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Ms. Clara Coleman
May 24, 2013
Ms. Clara Coleman was born in Atlanta, Georgia in 1931. In 1945, she moved to DC from Atlanta where she attended Asa Ware Elementary School, Booker T. Washington Junior High School, Dunbar High School, and Howard University. Ms. Coleman has lived in DC for 67 years and has witnessed the city evolve.
Ms. Coleman has continually been a great leader for social change in her community: she marched for racial integration in the 60s in Northeast, DC; she has mentored a group of elderly woman, and she has worked as the Assistant Director for the SEE (Senior Environmental Employment) Program at the Environmental Protection Agency.
Ms. Coleman is still active in the community and is especially passionate about serving youth and the elderly. She currently has four children, 7 grandchildren, and 4 great grandchildren.
In spring 2013, Ms. Coleman served as a civil rights "Legend" to students at Friendship Charter School, Blow Pierce & Woodridge Campuses as part of Street Law's Closing the Gap initiative.
Want to get involved? Volunteers needed in fall 2013 for Street Law's Closing the Gap initiative.
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