April 13, 2011 Veteran journalist Belva Davis blazed a path as the first Black female television reporter on the West Coast. In her career, spanning more than forty years, she's covered stories, ranging from Vietnam War protests to the start of the AIDS epidemic. Her experiences are the subject of her memoir, "Never In My Wildest Dreams." In Tell Me More's regular "Wisdom Watch" conversation, host Michel Martin speaks with Davis about her new book, her career and lessons learned.
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