Time Capsule #6

This week, I conclude my interview with Dr. Joanne Rhone from Clark Atlanta University.

Ralph BunchShe picks up this week right where she left off, and tells us about her first job in Washington, D.C. working in adoptions. The cultural shock of our nation’s capital took it’s toll on Miss Joanne.

She talks about meating Malcolm X, Martin Luther King, Jr., Ralph Bunch, and many others.

She reminisces about working at the Morningside Community Center, which set the model for the Head Start program and Harlem Hospital which spearheaded early research with papsmears.

Harlem HospitalI enjoyed sitting down with Miss Joanne, and I hope you enjoyed the time she spent with us.

Running time for this interview is 1 hour, 1 minute and 42 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 “Tara Sings” by Michael Stephens. Check out these and other great songs at Podsafe Audio.

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

Time Capsule #6

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