WORTHY Project Feature Today Host Tavis Smiley introduces to the program the WORTHY Project. Its mission is to identify, restore, and preserve the history and culture of minorities. This being the 75th anniversary of Black History Month, the WORTHY Project focuses on preserving the home of Dr. Carter G. Woodson, the father of African American history. Tavis speaks to WORTHY student Kevin Pinkney and Dr. Woodson's cousin, Marion Pryde, about the project.
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WORTHY Project Feature

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WORTHY Project Feature

WORTHY Project Feature

WORTHY Project Feature

Only Available in Archive Formats.

Today Host Tavis Smiley introduces to the program the WORTHY Project. Its mission is to identify, restore, and preserve the history and culture of minorities. This being the 75th anniversary of Black History Month, the WORTHY Project focuses on preserving the home of Dr. Carter G. Woodson, the father of African American history. Tavis speaks to WORTHY student Kevin Pinkney and Dr. Woodson's cousin, Marion Pryde, about the project.