Sunday, February 18, 2007

Listen to the Feb. 18 installment of W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio: Keeping Our Eyes on the Prize.


David Rowntree
the curator of the official Henry Hampton Archives @ Washington University in St. Louis will join us to speak about the legacy and contributions of alumnus Henry Hampton (8/19/1940-11/22/1998, class of '61), the visionary behind the groundbreaking and award winning Eyes on the Prize documentary series as well as the founder of Blackside,Inc. which was the largest African American owned film company in the world at one time:

Legendary Mississippi civil rights activist and educator the honorable Dr. Gene Young, a protege of Medgar Evers and Dr. King, will also join us to give his front line perspective on the American Civil Rights Movement as well:

The show will be live today (Feb. 18,2007) @ 4pm central standard time so feel free to call in @ 646-652-4593 before 5pm central standard time...If you miss the live show don't worry because it will be available for downloads and replays 24/7, just make sure to visit Tha Artivist Presents...W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio official website and click on the February 18, 2007 show installment:

Check out what some of you all missed last week:

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