Byron Lewis made his mark in advertising with UniWorld Group, Inc., the agency he created in 1969. In 1972, organizers charged Lewis with supervising advertising and media strategies for the 1972 National Black Political Convention in Gary, IN.
Rev. Dena Holland-Neal of Peace United Church of Christ in Merrillville, IN. will join Lewis as she recalls being a teenager at the convention with her father, who was an assistant to Gary Mayor Hatcher. See Also: Documentary on 1972 National Black Political Convention Shows That Blacks, Too, Have Become More Inclusive.
In the second half of the episode, we talk with Jacqueline Elena Featherston. She is an educator, writer, and visionary who challenges social and political inequity on multiple fronts. She is the founder of Featherston & Associates, a collaborative group of anti-racist and cross-cultural consultants. She has contributed several articles to Port Of Harlem including “Are You a Secondary Guardian to White Skin Privilege?”
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