Many Rivers to Cross in Jacksonville
WJCT in Jacksonville, Florida produced a series of radio interviews with local African American educators, artists and historians for their program Voices of the First Coast.
The Whipping Man Actor David Gerard
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Jacksonville actor David Gerard discusses his role in the play The Whipping Man, an exploration of black and Jewish identities during the Civil War.
Jacksonville Performer & Educator, Rosalyn Burrough
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Rosalyn Burrough, creator of the Auntie Roz Peanut Show, discusses her experiences as a performer and educator in Jacksonville.
Derek Hankerson on Florida’s Underground Railroad & his Gullah Heritage
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Part 1: Documentary filmmaker and historian Derek Hankerson explores the history of Florida and the first Underground Railroad.
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Part 2: In this interview, Derek Hankerson discusses the Gullah heritage of his own family and the Jacksonville region.
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