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Many Rivers to Cross in Albuquerque

In conjunction with The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross, New Mexico PBS in Albuquerque produced an episode of the series New Mexico in Focus highlighting African-American history in the state.

New Mexico in Focus: African American History in New Mexico

In this episode of New Mexico in Focus, host Gene Grant speaks with three experts
 about African-American history. Guests for the local segment include Rita 
Powdrell and Brenda Dabney, who co-founded the exhibit “New Mexico’s African American Legacy – Visible, Vital, and Valuable,” which has been traveling 
the state, as well as Diana Dorn-Jones, executive director of United South
Broadway Corp. and founding member of the Anti-Racism Institute of the

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