A Historical View on Civil Rights with Dr. Randal Jelks
Release Date: 03/23/2022
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Join us on another special episode where Maria Morukian and guest host, Roger Moreano welcome Dr. Randal Jelks to Culture Stew.
Come along as the three speak about the historical trends of civil rights, Dr. Jelks’ background, and his experience with DEI as a democratic process.
“Randal Maurice Jelks is Professor of African and African American Studies and American Studies. He is the co-editor of the academic journal American Studies (AMSJ). Jelks is an award-winning author and documentary film producer.”
Learn more about Dr. Jelks and his books:
African Americans in the Furniture City: The Struggle for Civil Rights Struggle in Grand Rapids,
Benjamin Elijah Mays, Schoolmaster of the Movement: A Biography,
Faith and Struggle in the Lives of Four African Americans: Ethel Waters, Mary Lou Williams, Eldridge Cleaver,
Muhammad Ali and Letters to Martin: Meditations on Democracy in Black America.
Connect with Dr. Jelks here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/randalmauricejelks