Paul Kix tells us the thrilling story of the fight to end Jim Crow, led by the greatest figures of the civil rights movement — and won by children. We spend the hour with him, talking about his book, “You Have To Be Prepared To Die Before You Can Begin To Live: Ten Weeks In Birmingham That Changed America.”
A Miniature World, hosted by Binne Klein, continues its presentation of contemporary poets reading their own works. This week a collaborative piece with spoken word by Belinda Subraman and music by Ken Clinger. Subraman is a widely published poet who currently produces the “GAS: Poetry, Art and Music” video show and journal. Clinger is a legend of “cassette culture” and D.I.Y. since the early 1980s, whose keyboard and vocal works appear on his Bovine Music label.
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