Books by Juan Williams
NPR stories about Juan Williams
The journalist Juan Williams is out with a new book this week. In it, he makes the case that his acrimonious termination last fall by NPR is part of a larger and ominous pattern of suppressing undesired voices.
Many African-American leaders have lost touch with a hallmark of the civil rights movement — the tradition of self-empowerment, Juan Williams says. Instead, he says, they've embraced "victimhood."
A new book of photographs captures a portrait of America's black farmers as their numbers dwindle. John Ficara and NPR's Juan Williams talk about the black families who still work on American family farms.