A Discussion of the Civil Rights Movement

Guests: Hugh Price President & CEO, Urban League Ellis Cose Columnist and Contributing Editor, Newsweek Author of several books including The Best Defense (HarperCollins, 1999) and Colorblind: Seeing Beyond Race in a Race Obsessed World (HarperCollins, 1998) Jon Meacham Editor, Voices in Our Blood:America's Best on the Civil Rights Movement (Random House 2001) Managing Editor, Newsweek Magazine A new anthology called Voices in Our Blood assembles the literary work of some of America's best writers. Maya Angelou, James Baldwin, Eudora White and others write about their interpretation of the civil rights movement. Join guest host Frank Stasio on Martin Luther King Jr. Day for a discussion about the struggle for civil rights in America, past and present.

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