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A curation of conversations that aired on St. Louis Public Radio between 2005 and 2010 with historians, authors, and first-person interviews with people who lived through the civil rights movement. For the most part, the focus is not on well-known celebrities of the movement, but rather on average people--black and white--who worked hard to eradicate the formal and informal barriers to integration. The intention is to enlighten blacks and whites on history with which they may not be familiar and which will inspire greater understanding and harmony between the races in our community today.

St. Louis History in Black and White St. Louis Public Radio

    • Education
    • 3.9, 7 Ratings

A curation of conversations that aired on St. Louis Public Radio between 2005 and 2010 with historians, authors, and first-person interviews with people who lived through the civil rights movement. For the most part, the focus is not on well-known celebrities of the movement, but rather on average people--black and white--who worked hard to eradicate the formal and informal barriers to integration. The intention is to enlighten blacks and whites on history with which they may not be familiar and which will inspire greater understanding and harmony between the races in our community today.

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3.9 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

arlander ,

Sounds like a great show can’t access

Sounds like a great show can’t access

Mcman7 ,

Made by self hating white losers

Would be great pod if they would talk about st.louis history of black on white crime.

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This is a great series of podcasts !! More more!!!

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