A celebration of civil rights: Susan Banyas and The Hillsboro Story
Two months after the historic Brown v. Board of Education decision legally ending school segregation, the county engineer of Hillsboro, Ohio - a white man determined to force integration in the segregated town - set fire to Lincoln School, the town's "colored" elementary school. The two-year protest lead by five African American mothers to carry forward the struggle sparked by that fire drew the NAACP's Thurgood Marshall and led to Clemons v. Board of Education the first test case for Brown in the North.
What were voters thinking? Jo Ann and Dave sort through the midterm election rubble to find out!
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Solara McFarland, recovering addict, ex-con and now an advocate of prison reform talked about House Bill 2442.
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Our guest, Junior has been in six maximum-security prisons in the last twenty years. Twenty-seven years ago he became a skinhead and is one of the five founding members of the White Nights. In 1996, his life changed and he is now a student and an active advocate for youth and prisoners.
Claude Marks, director of the Freedom Archives, about the new documentary film "Cointelpro 101,
Guest host Lisa Loving interviews Claude Marks, director of the Freedom Archives, about the new documentary film "Cointelpro 101," which is showing Thursday 10/21 at Pacific University 7pm - McGill Aud in Murdock Hall and Friday 10/22 at the Red & Black Cafe 7pm - 400 SE 12th Ave. They'll also discuss the case of the
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