Jounalist Heather Gray, Discusses 2020 Black History Month Theme: African Americans and the Vote

Jounalist Heather Gray, Discusses 2020 Black History Month Theme: African Americans and the Vote

Heather Gray, Activist, Journalist and Media Specialist Discusses 2020 Black History Month Theme: "African Americans and the Vote." Heather recounts her involvement in historical moment of the Civil Rights Movements, and shares how those experienced helped to shaped the trajectory of her lifework to address the inequities of those who are less fortunate. Heather is the founder and editor of the "Justice Initiative," and co-producer of the "Just Peace" program on the WRFG-FM (89.3FM), a community radio station in Atlanta, Georgia. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Anthropology from Emory University and Georgia State University, and a Master's Degree in Sociology from Georgia State University. Heather has been involved in regional, national and international organizing work, research, advocacy and peace and justice issues since the 1960's.
Jounalist Heather Gray, Discusses 2020 Black History Month Theme: African Americans and the Vote

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Heather Gray, Activist, Journalist and Media Specialist Discusses 2020 Black History Month Theme: “African Americans and the Vote.” Heather recounts her involvement in historical moment of the Civil Rights Movements, and shares how those experienced helped to shaped the trajectory of her lifework to address the inequities of those who are less fortunate.

Heather is the founder and editor of the “Justice Initiative,” and co-producer of the “Just Peace” program on the WRFG-FM (89.3FM), a community radio station in Atlanta, Georgia. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology from Emory University and Georgia State University, and a Master’s Degree in Sociology from Georgia State University. Heather has been involved in regional, national and international organizing work, research, advocacy and peace and

justice issues since the 1960’s.

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