Cover to Cover Open Book
3:30 PM Pacific Time: Wednesdays
In the last few weeks, we have witnessed the devastation left behind throughout the south by the hurricanes Katrina and Rita. For the next half hour, you’ll be hearing the first of a four part reading produced by Susan Stone where we’ll take a journey with Janie Crawford in Zora Neale Hurston’s classic, Their Eyes … Continued
Raza voices continue the tradition of self-expression through poetry and spoken word.
To commemorate the independence of many Latin American countries that is celebrated throughout the Americas,we bring you the end-dependence poets. This is a group of poets of diverse backgrounds coming together and breaking the borderlines. Borderlines that historically have kept different people of the Americas apart. The following performance was recorded last September by Pedro … Continued
Nina Serrano interviews storyteller and Civil Rights Movement veteran Jim Mc Wiiliams, who recounts his early days in the segregated south, the formation of the civil rights movement for equality and the development of northern support groups. Mc Williams ends with a short recitation of a Dr. Martin Luther King Jr speech, which he performed … Continued