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Interview with Pastor John C. Woods and Interview with Marjorie Beavers-Woods | Kennesaw State University Archives

 
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Interview with Pastor John C. Woods and Interview with Marjorie Beavers-Woods
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2010-07-30
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John C. Woods was born in Austell, Georgia, and attended Lemon Street High School before transferring to South Cobb High School as part of the integration of schools in Cobb County. Woods joined the Air National Guard after graduation. He served on the Austell Police Department for a short time before joining the Atlanta Police Department in 1973. After retiring from the force in 1997, he obtained a Theological degree in 1999 and became the pastor at New Hope United Methodist Church. In 2005 the church moved from Atlanta to Mableton.

Marjorie Beavers-Woods was born in northwest Atlanta and moved with her family to Mableton in the early 1960s. She attended Pebblebrook High School and was one of first African Americans to graduate from the school in 1971. Beavers-Woods went to work at Fulton National Bank, later Bank of America, immediately after high school.

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