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Episode Five: The Strategy of Nonviolence

We talk to Dr. Clarence Jones, who was a chief advisor to Martin Luther King, and Dr. Bernard Lafayette, who is a civil rights leader and scholar of Kingian nonviolence, […]

Episode Four: Rosa Parks’ Acts of Courage

We continue our conversation with Jeanne Theoharis, a scholar and author of The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks, about why Mrs. Parks stayed seated on December 1, 1955 and […]

Episode Three: The Rosa Parks You Didn’t Know

Did Rosa Parks unintentionally influence history? Hardly. We talked to Jeanne Theoharis, a scholar and author of The Rebellious Life of Mrs. Rosa Parks, to debunk the many myths about […]

Episode Two: Respectability Politics

Claudette Colvin says she was rejected and ostracized after her arrest when the community learned she was pregnant. Later, however, she returned to courageously testify in Browder v. Gayle. Khalil […]

Episode One: “History had me glued to the seat.”

Thirteen Months: Courage and Commitment from Montgomery to Ferguson. Episode One, “History had me glued to the seat.” We will hear from the leaders and foot soldiers of the 13-month […]

Episode Six: Goodman, Schwerner & Chaney

On the anniversary of the killing of civil rights workers Andrew Goodman, Michael Schwerner & James Chaney, this episode features Andrew’s brother David Goodman. Learn more about Andrew and the […]

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