with Clifton Taulbert
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Today’s guest writes, "In our desire as Black Americans to put segregation behind us, we have put ourselves in danger of forgetting our past, the good with the bad. I believe that to forget our colored past is to forget ourselves, who we are and where we’ve come from." Clifton Taulbert joins us today to tell us the story of "Once Upon a Time When We Were Colored."
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