civil rights

civil rights

There are a few moments from behind the glass that stop us dead in our tracks — times during an interview when a wise voice creates a new opportunity to hear something differently. To challenge a conceit. To envelop the listener in the womb of silent storytelling and place one in a position of listening profundity.

A new radio doc untangles the little-told history of white Mississippians who tried to preserve segregation.

Our aggregated live-tweets of Krista's conversation.

A reminder that change means being willing to take a risk - just like Moses Wright did in Mississippi.

Krista reflects on a recent trip she took to Oxford, Mississippi — the setting for the first 2008 U.S. presidential debate.

What do you do when an interview on AJH is too good to be cut? Be merciless.

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