Time Capsule #5

Today we continue with part two of our interview with Dr. Joanne Rhone from Clark Atlanta University.

She picks up this week chatting about additional influences early in her life, her mother’s heavy hand, and her fathers displeasure for ministers.

She speaks about traveling for the YWCA in the early 60’s and how she ended up on the lower east side of New York City, at the Henry Street Settlement.

She reminisces about The Freedom Riders, whom she met in Atlanta, and how she helped them obtain food and shelter when they traveled through her small town.

She also talks about the march on Selma and her work at a mental health center in Indianapolis.

Next week we will conclude our interview with Dr. Rhone. We hope you have enjoyed this extended interview with one of the most colorful people we have ever met.

Running time for this interview is 48 minutes and 36 seconds. The interview was done with the VN-960PC Olympus Digital Voice Recorder, with the noise cancelling microphone.

Our sponsors for this episode are Insignificant Thoughts and Buttercup Mercantile. I thank them for sponsoring the show.

Of course, our opening theme song is “Tracked In Mud”, by Cory Davies, and the music played in the middle of the podcast is “Where Does The Time Go, Missus” by Michael Stephens. Check out other great music at Podsafe Audio.

Now sit back, relax, and take a journey back in time, while we get RetroMental.

Time Capsule #5

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