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Interviews and Multimedia

Television Appearances and Interviews

The Significance of the Removal of the Robert E. Lee Statue in Richmond, VA. NBC4 Washington, September 2021 

Passion over critical race theory prompts promises for action. Sinclar Broadcasting Group. July 2021 (Click to View

Republicans and Democrats announce efforts to make Juneteenth federal holiday. Sinclair Broadcasting Group, June 2021 (Click to View

Scholars examine comparison between new voting bills and Jim Crow, Sinclair Broadcasting Group, April 2021 (Click to VIew

Kamala Harris' Historic Election and HBCUs. PHL17 News, Philadelphia, January 2021 (Click to View)

Howard University Librarian Shares Thoughts on Historic Inauguration. NBC4 Washington, January 2021 (Click to View

Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday and the Capitol Insurrection. WJLA, January 2021

The Dream Lives OnNext with Mark Atkinson, NPR. January 2021 (Click to View

Kamala Harris’ road to the White House started at ‘The Mecca,’ Howard University. The UnDefeated, January 2021 (Click to View)

Gloria Richardson pushed aside a bayonet as a ’60s civil rights activist. Now 98, she wants the new generation to fight on. Washington Post, December 2020. 

‘A Walk Down Freedom’s Road’: Juneteenth’s History In The Washington Region

DCist. June 2020

Calls Increase to Make Juneteenth a National Holiday

Fox News, June 2020

Juneteenth: activists across US inherit a historic battle for racial justice

The Guardian, June 2020

Why Confederate Monuments Are Reminders of Racism 

Associate Press, June 2020

Republicans and Democrats announce efforts to make Juneteenth federal holiday

Sinclair Broadcast Group, June 2020

'We just want equal treatment.' 2020 protests mimic Civil Rights protests of 1960's

WJLA, June 2020

Tracing civil rights legislation before and after Martin Luther King Jr.’s death

Polifact, June 2020

'The last flag bearers of an era': how coronavirus threatens a generation of black Americans

The Guardian, April 2020

Meaningful ways to celebrate Martin Luther King Day for kids and adults

NBC News, January 2020

Howard librarian details history of blackface, KKK hoods as symbols of racism, terrorism

WJLA February 2019
 

Howard students wore nooses in the 1930s as part of a protest effort. Now, these UNC students do, too.

Washington Post, December 2018

Appearances and Web Series