Rosna Delucca Pompano Beach, FL Growing up on a small island, I was colorblind. I didn’t know that one day the color of my skin will make me feel uncomfortable in America.
Leonard Goldstein Fort Wayne, IN
Charles Long Birmingham, AL Submitted via: NPR’s Talk of the Nation I am a 52 year old white man from Birmingham, Al. I had the opportunity to meet Michele at the 16th Street Baptist Church when she was promoting her book “The Grace of Silence”. The more I learn about life in America for African […]
Two Time Oscar Winning Sound Mixer Russell Williams II Reflects on Hollywood’s Crisis of invisibility As Hollywood struggles with its crisis of inclusion and invisibility, we sat down with two-time Academy Award Winning Sound mixer Russell Williams II to talk about the challenge of diversity in front of and behind the camera in the entertainment […]
Former Attorney General Eric Holder on how his career has been shaped by Dr King. Every January, WYNC commemorates the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. with a special event at the Apollo theatre in Harlem featuring newsmakers, community leaders and artists who explore the life and legacy of the civil rights leader. As part […]