Marc Perrusquia, Willy Bearden, Daphene McFerren, John Ashworth and Bill Carey to present July 27 at the Cotton Exchange At a time when many members…View More Tent City Movement, King Assassination to be discussed at July event in Memphis
“White Allies: Show Yourselves” By Mark Fleischer, StoryBoard Publisher “White allies, show yourselves.” “White people need to be speaking to white people right now.“ On…View More And what is it that America has failed to hear?
Your correspondent reacts to the violence scarring our land by drafting a letter to the nation’s greatest civil rights leader, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.…View More Wayne Dowdy’s Dateline, Memphis: June 2, 2020
HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES By Mark Scott Memphis, I need to talk. Because after 32 years as a high school teacher in Memphis I thought I knew most, if not…View More What I Thought I Knew
PINK PALACE Exhibit features posters and photographs from the 1968 Poor People’s Campaign By Bill Walsh, Pink Palace Family of Museums For 43 days between…View More City of Hope Exhibit Opens at Pink Palace Museum
On this week’s show, host Mark Fleischer sat down with Juan Self and Jimmie Tucker, partners at Self + Tucker Architects, to talk about the…View More SB 30 Episode 22: Inside the Revival of the Universal Life Building, with Juan Self & Jimmie Tucker
Two generations ago, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. told us about the Mountaintop. He knew he wouldn’t get there with us. Question is, have we…View More “The Road To We” Roundtable at the Pink Palace
April 1968 was the most important month of the 20th Century for the city of Memphis. The Sanitation Strike and the assassination of Dr. Martin…View More Memphis, April 1968