Radio Interview by Emma (Collage Arts learner) with Simon Wooley (Operation Black Vote) about Jesse Jackson and his recent visit to Tottenham, London

Radio Interview by Emma (Collage Arts learner) with Simon Wooley (Operation Black Vote) about Jesse Jackson and his recent visit to Tottenham, London

Posted on 05 September by

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Reverend Martin Luther King’s ‘I have a dream’ speech, Reverend Jesse Jackson was invited to speak by the organisation Operation Black Vote on the 5th of september. He revealed unseen footage of the Martin Luther King accepting his honorary degree from Newcastle University. Unity Radio reporters were privileged to meet Reverend Jesse Jackson at the Bernie Grant Centre in Tottenham and Emma, an aspiring young reporter on Collage Arts’ Aspire-2 project interviewed Simon Wooley for Unity Radio Online.

 

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