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Author Interviews

'Witness To Change' Recounts Civil Rights Struggles Of New Orleans

Sybil Morial's memoir details her formative experiences living under Jim Crow laws.

Letter to My Countrymen Brother Ali & Dr. Cornel West
Sailing the Solar Flares Dirtwire
Dears in the Yukon You Will Die in the Desert

A Man Alive is Thao Nguyen's latest album with her band, Thao & the Get Down Stay Down. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Music Moment: Thao Nguyen

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Sybil Morial has written a memoir about growing up in segregated New Orleans. /Courtesy John F. Blair hide caption

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/Courtesy John F. Blair

'Witness To Change' Recounts Civil Rights Struggles Of New Orleans

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