Theresa Faith Cummings (African-American history interviews)

Theresa Faith Cummings, a sixth-generation resident of Springfield, was the first director of the Community Action Agency’s Neighborhood Center.

In an interview for the Springfield African-American History schs-logo-22Foundation series, Cummings discusses the center’s services, her family’s history in Springfield, family businesses, her education and career, and personal experiences with housing discrimination in Springfield.

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2 Responses to Theresa Faith Cummings (African-American history interviews)

  1. Carol Childress Taylor says:

    I worked with Theresa at the Abandoned Mined Land Reclamation Council many years ago. She is a remarkable woman. Carol Childress-Taylor

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