February 18, 2019

Verdis L. Robinson on Fredrick Douglass’ Search for Democracy/Equality

In this segment, you will hear from Hudson Mohawk Magazine Network Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry who attended the Hudson Valley Community College “Voices: Breaking Ground Library Lecture Series” on Tuesday, February 5, during Black History Month. He recorded Professor Verdis Robinson, Director of Community College Engagement at Campus Compact, who discussed “Frederick Douglass’ Global Search for Democracy and Equality, 1886-1887.”

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