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Valeria Steele Roberson is the granddaughter of Kattie Strickland, an African American who moved to Oak Ridge from Alabama with her husband to work on the Manhattan Project. Because of her strong familial ties, Roberson has interviewed and written multiple essays on the African American experience at Oak Ridge during the 1940s.

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