Posts tagged ‘civil rights’

2-22-12: Maryland’s Civil Rights Movement Seen and Heard

A new Maryland Historical Society exhibition brings alive the state’s civil rights movement with photographs and oral history. We’ll discuss the movement all the way back to the 1930s with “Seen and Heard” organizer Jenny Ferretti, civil rights figure Dr. Helena Hicks, and Fraser Smith, WYPR senior news analyst and author of “Here Lies Jim Crow: Civil Rights in Maryland.”

Continue Reading February 22, 2012 at 8:00 am 4 comments

12-2-11: Black Like Who?

What does it mean to be black now? We’ll hear cultural critic TourĂ©’s answer in advance of his Monday appearance at the Pratt Central Library to discuss his new book, “Who’s Afraid of Post-Blackness?”

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12-7-10: Women’s Work in Civil Rights

We take a tour of the Freedom’s Sisters exhibit at the Lewis Museum.

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8-24-10: The Story of Dr. Sutton

A local TV anchor tells us about a civil rights hero you probably haven’t heard of.

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4-5-10: The Story of Dr. Ozell Sutton

Dr. Ozell Sutton: an unsung hero of the civil rights era.

Continue Reading April 5, 2010 at 5:58 am 1 comment

Remembering A. Robert Kaufman

Baltimore media remember A. Robert Kaufman.

Continue Reading January 6, 2010 at 11:49 am Leave a comment

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