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African American Perspectives and Kennedy Assasination

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Show will explore the perspectives of African Americans and the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.  Our speical guest is Dr. Raymond Winbush

Raymond A. Winbush is the Director of the Institute for Urban Research at Morgan State University in Baltimore Maryland.  He is the former Benjamin Hooks Professor of Social Justice at Fisk University and Director of the University’s Race Relations Institute.  He also served as Assistant Provost and Director of the Johnson Black Cultural Center at Vanderbilt University.  A native of Cleveland Ohio, Dr. Winbush, is a product of public school education, K through 12.  In 1970, he graduated with honors in psychology from Oakwood College in Huntsville Alabama, and during his undergraduate education there, won scholarships to both Harvard and Yale Universities.  After graduation he won a fellowship to the University of Chicago and received both his Masters and Ph.D. in psychology in 1973 and 1976 respectively.

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