ACTIVIST MEDIA IN THE 1970s RESEARCH TRIANGLE
We just wrote a story for The Durham News section of the News and Observer on the history of activist media in the Research Triangle in the 1970s. Topics included WAFR, the country’s first Black Power community radio station, and WVSP, the country’s first black rural community radio station, as well as WSHA, WDBS, The Protean Radish, The North Carolina Anvil, Southern Exposure, and Africa News Service. The piece was published as part of a larger series highlighting work by board and committee members of the Museum of Durham History.
Check it out here.