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Turning 100, S.C. woman a 'window' on century of change

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In a century of living, Donella Wilson has traversed the cultural and psychic landscape of South Carolina, moving from a poor plantation childhood to an urban life marked by professional and personal achievements. Now, as she celebrates her 100th birthday today, Wilson says it is a life embellished early on by faith and by black educator Booker T. Washington's admonition to 'reach down and bring somebody up.' Video included.

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