1963: The Year of Hope & Hostility
Hosts Cecil Prescod and Celeste Carey speak with Byron Williams, a Pulitzer-prize nominated columnist for The Huffington Post and the author of 1963: The Year of Hope & Hostility, which examines the Kennedy Administration, how he emerged as a world leader and his contributions to Civil Rights. Rev. Williams also examines the two other influential figures of 1963: Martin Luther King, and George Wallace.
Byron Williams is the pastor of the Resurrection Community Church in Berkley, CA and a columnist for The Huffington Post (his column was considered for a Pulitzer Prize). He is also the author of Strip Mall Patriotism: Moral Reflections on the Iraq War. He has written for The Atlanta Journal Constitution, The San Francisco Chronicle, Tikkun, Christianity Today, and The Guardian (UK). He has also appeared on CNN, ABC, MSNBC, NPR and Fox.