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May 20, 2024

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Melinda Hartwig, Egyptologists, archeologists, professor, and consultant for "Tutankhamun: His Tomb and His Treasures."

"Tutankhamun: His Tomb and Treasures" opened in Washington, D.C., on May 2. We talk with Egyptologists, archeologists, professor, and consultant for "Tutankhamun: His Tomb and His Treasures," Melinda Hartwig and compare Tut’s time to today including questions beyond the five intriguing parallels between King Tut's life and modern politics that she is ready to discuss.

2023 Episode 45
May 18, 2024

Anita Hackley-Lambert, biographer of ECHOES OF A VOICE FOR JUSTICE: The Story of Barry A. Murray

Anita Hackley Lambert is an historian and biographer. Her first book, “F.H.M. Murray: A Forgotten Pioneer for Civil Justice”, is about the co-founder of the Niagara movement, who was also her and Barry Murrays’s great- grandfather.

2023 Episode 44

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Apr 15, 2024

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Three Young Renovators Who Are Rebuilding Their City

Cory Armand, Joseph Peterson, and Deena Johnson are rebuilding their city one house at a time. The trio of private investors has renovated more than 80 homes, more than the 48 the local government recently tore down in a neighborhood, and the 16 apartments in the city's downtown area. We talk with the trio about their strategies and they share their advice.

2023 Episode 43
Nov 28, 2023

Vincent Spaulding

Vincent Spaulding Goes Home to Create a Community Center in a Part of Forgotten America

Vincent Spaulding is the Project Leader of the George Henry White Memorial Health & Education Center in Bladen and Columbus Counties, North Carolina. He talks about how he used his architecture and community organizing skills honed in middle-class Washington, DC and “divine intervention” to turn a 120-year-old farm house into a community center in his home county, a part of the “other” America.

2023 Episode 42

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Oct 22, 2023

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Marvin Tupper Jones: Documenting the World and Now His Home Village

Marvin Tupper Jones made his mark as a Washington, DC-based documentary photographer before starting the Chowan Discovery Group that researches, documents, preserves, and presents the history of his home area, the Winton, North Carolina Triangle.

The Group has shared its findings and documentation via a variety of methods from stage presentations to historical markers. “We hope that people will find new value in the world that immediately surrounds them,” explained Jones.

2023 Episode 41
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