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Firsthand accounts of my family members who lived before, during, and right after the Civil Rights Era.

Firsthand accounts of my family members who lived before, during, and right after the Civil Rights Era.
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United States

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Firsthand accounts of my family members who lived before, during, and right after the Civil Rights Era.

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@OITMPodcast

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English


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Episode 3 (Side A): Their Eyes Were Opened

4/15/2018
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As it concerns the racial history of our country, are the objects in the mirror closer than they appear or not? This is the question I ask, as I gather stories from my family members to pass along to my children and grandchildren. Please listen to this conversation I had with my Uncle Darrell. Enjoy! Follow us on Twitter: @OITMPodcast Share with your friends on Facebook! Share with your followers on Twitter!

Duration:00:27:08

Episode 2 (Side B): A Fire and My Betsy

3/17/2018
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As it concerns the racial history of our country, are the objects in the mirror closer than they appear or not? This is the question as I gather stories from my family members to pass along to my children and grandchildren. In this episode, we finish up my conversation with Aunt Dot. Enjoy! Follow us on Twitter: @OITMPodcast Share with your friends on Facebook!

Duration:00:16:53

Episode 2 (Side A): The Long Bus Ride

3/2/2018
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As it concerns the racial history of our country, are the objects in the mirror closer than they appear or not? This is the question as I gather stories from my family members to pass along to my children and grandchildren. This episode features the stories of my Aunt Dot. Listen up! Also, we feature the music of Snap Cat (Twitter: @SNPKitten), an independant artist out of Houston, Texas.

Duration:00:24:56

Objects In The Mirror Promo

2/10/2018
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Check out the Promo Episode for the new podcast Objects In The Mirror, that details firsthand experiences of those in my family who lived before, during, and right after the Civil Rights Era. Some believe we live in a post-racial society while others believe that we do not. No matter your starting part, ask yourself, "As it concerns the subject of race in our country are the objects in the mirror closer than they appear or not?" There will be no analysis but your analysis.

Duration:00:02:16