Lisa, Polio, Paul Mcgrath discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

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The first word lisa we gotta make you wish he would say i was carried out of that fell into another play all weather had two mcveigh freely the state highway patrol men out of the first negro the take the flag guy the first negro frills not all of me by autos from the state highway patrol them for me to lay down on a plus bad on my face and i lay it on my face the first negro began and i will freeze by the fascinating people mcdonald's i will tell him or hands behind that that time oh my god will qualify polio when i was six after the fast had beat on people's exalts the state highway patrol went out of the effects of goal to take the black the fact that growth would get him to be than i began to work my and the state highway patrol when all of the first big role had leads to settle must be the keeps to work it must be i began scream and one wiseman battle and began to be in my head on sale one wanted 'mama breast had worst past he when paul mcgrath abreast down address by go i will be in jail when mattiello who murdered all of this is the only mcconnell we want to read the book comes first class and if the freedoms democratic party is not pleaded now i still a male now the man mother in the home of a brave well we have what about homeadvisor the girl but we won't live from human being in america thank you he was not seated until four years later at the 1968 democratic convention fanny lou hamer and dick gregory are just two of the more familiar voices in the civil rights struggle uncounted numbers spoke out before them generations of african americans demanding to live as americans uh oh our the invention of audio reporting in the late 1800s made it possible to capture the sound of black protest had to hear how it changed over time the dropped one of the board of directors i'm one third of the.

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