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Saturday June 12th, 2021 8:03PM

LISTEN: How a group of black farmers won a historic case against the U.S. Government

By AccessWDUN staff
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  • Associated Tags: civil rights, books, author, Bill Maine
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LISTEN: How a group of black farmers won a historic case against the U.S. Government
Author Greg Francis joins the show to discuss his publication, "Just Harvest: The Story of How Black Farmers Won the Largest Civil Rights Case Against the U.S. Government."
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LISTEN: Lt. Governor candidate Jeanne Seaver joins The Martha Zoller Show
Seaver talked about the race after the news that incumbent Geoff Duncan will not seek re-election.
12:00PM ( 8 hours ago )
LISTEN: Dr. Barbara Walls talks career paths
Dr. Wall joined WDUN's "The Martha Zoller Show" Wednesday.
11:00AM ( 9 hours ago )
WDUN Show Clips
LISTEN: Inside the NYT's infamous "Weddings" section
Author Cate Doty joins the show to discuss her latest work, "MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS: Or, Everything I Know About Love I Learned on the Wedding Pages."
8:57PM ( 6 days ago )
Listen: Why UNG should be on every grads. list of college choices
Dr. Brett Morris, Asso. Vice President for Enrollment Management, discusses why recent grads. new to consider UNG for their next education experience.
8:47PM ( 1 week ago )
LISTEN: High-profile lawyer Alan Dershowitz
Legal scholar and lawyer Alan Dershowitz joins the show to discuss his latest book, "Cancel Culture: The Latest Attack o Free Speech and Due Process."
8:53PM ( 1 week ago )
WDUN Morning Show
Lawsuit: 2015 Georgia redistricting violated black voters' rights
Georgia lawmakers violated federal voting rights law by moving black voters out and white voters in to two state House districts in 2015, according to a lawsuit filed Monday that calls the mid-decade redistricting an effort to protect white Republican incumbents.
By Associated Press
7:47AM ( 4 years ago )
John Lewis to receive Liberty Medal for civil rights work
U.S. Rep. John Lewis will be honored with Philadelphia's Liberty Medal for his dedication to civil rights.
By Associated Press
2:34PM ( 4 years ago )
Congressman, civil rights leader Lewis to speak at Brenau University
U.S. Rep. John Lewis, considered one of the most significant figures of the American civil rights movement, will appear at Brenau University’s Pearce Auditorium on Jan. 20.
By AccessWDUN Staff
12:02PM ( 5 years ago )
Civil rights activist Julian Bond, once refused a seat in the Ga. House, dies at 75
Julian Bond, a civil rights activist and longtime board chairman of the NAACP, died Saturday night, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
By The Associated Press
7:47AM ( 5 years ago )
LISTEN: Inside the NYT's infamous "Weddings" section
Author Cate Doty joins the show to discuss her latest work, "MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS: Or, Everything I Know About Love I Learned on the Wedding Pages."
By AccessWDUN staff
8:57PM ( 6 days ago )