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Margo Drucker

     Margo Mound Drucker was born in New York City, New York.  She attended Skidmore College and the University of Virginia majoring in education.  She married Stanley Drucker and moved to Newport News, Virginia where she became a teacher.  She and her husband had three daughters and Margo remained a stay at home mom until their matriculation to college.  While a stay at home mom she was heavily involved in the National Council of Jewish Women where she helped establish the first integrated day care on the Peninsula.  Later she returned to teaching and remained at Denbigh High School for almost 20 years before her retirement.

     The focus of this interview is to capture memories and experiences Mrs. Drucker had in relation to the long Civil Rights Movement and her commitment to community service.   Still an active member of her community, Mrs. Drucker works with therapy dogs and brought her co-worker, Morgan, along for the interview. 

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