Geneva Mobutu On Brought To Light Part 2

WOOC Labor Talk Host and Roaming Correspondent Willie Terry recently attended a screening of the new film “Brought to Light” about unearthing the history of an African-American enslaved cemetery in Kinderhook, NY, at the Troy Public Library on Saturday, October 20th. In part two of his report, he interviewed Troy community resident Geneva Mobutu about her view of the film.

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