This program will air in two segments. The first part focuses on the civil rights movement of the 1960s. My guest is Reverend George Williamson. We discuss George’s participation in the North Carolina sit-ins in 1960 and how that experience changed his life.
My guest for the second segment of the program is former Salisbury University professor Clara Small. Clara is a member of the Maryland Governor’s Commission to Study the Legacy of Slavery in Maryland. Clara discusses the Harlem Renaissance and particularly the controversial author Zora Neale Hurston. Click to listen.