PRX - Pieces for Tone: Engaging

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For the past decade, now 98-year-old Betty Reid Soskin has served as the nation’s oldest Park Ranger, where she gives talks at the Rosie the Rivete...

Bought by WLRH, KWIT, KKRN, Louisville Public Media, KICI Iowa City and more


  • Added: Jun 29, 2020
  • Length: 54:00
  • Purchases: 9
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Dr. Olivia Hooker, who lived to be 103, sat down with her goddaughter Janis Porter to discuss her groundbreaking life as the first African American...

  • Added: Mar 03, 2020
  • Length: 02:05
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The story of Richard and Mildred Loving, a couple who taught America how to live up to their names - and their South Dakota love pioneer counterpa...

  • Added: Dec 09, 2018
  • Length: 37:08
Caption: Dorohy Cotton
Dr. Dorothy Cotton, one of Martin Luther King's top colleagues in the civil rights movement, passed away at her home in Ithica, New York, Sunday, J...

Bought by RadioStPete Florida


  • Added: Jun 11, 2018
  • Length: 29:01
  • Purchases: 1
Caption: Betty Reid Soskin
For the past decade, 96-year-old Betty Reid Soskin has served as the nation’s oldest Park Ranger, where she gives talks at the Rosie the Riveter/WW...

Bought by KWIT, KWMR, KUT, KUCR 88.3 fm Riverside, Calif., KMRE-LP Bellingham, Wash. and more


  • Added: Mar 30, 2018
  • Length: 54:00
  • Purchases: 12
Caption: Sharon Wirtz, left, talks to Marquell Hicks, right, in front of a panel from the NM AIDS Memorial Quilt, Credit: Katy Gross
N’MPower participant, Marquell Hicks, interviews quilt artists Sharon Wirtz and Jane Gabaldon, in a community engagement project between the Museum...

  • Added: Apr 09, 2014
  • Length: 10:00
Caption: Coretta Scott King, Credit: NNDB
Equal Time Series Host Martha Burk explores the life of Coretta Scott King with biographer Barbara Reynolds, a founding editor of USA Today. Burk...

Bought by Talking Information Center, KRPS, 90.5 WSNC, WAMU, and KAZU Seaside, Calif.


  • Added: Jan 26, 2012
  • Length: 56:48
  • Purchases: 5

  • Added: Jan 22, 2008
  • Length: 06:36
  • Purchases: 5
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Daisy Turner was proud of her heritage and understood the value of her family tradition. This is the concluding program in the series, Journey's End.

Bought by PRX to iTunes and KZYX


  • Added: Jan 10, 2007
  • Length: 02:48
  • Purchases: 2
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At the time of Alec Turner's death in 1923, Journey's End had been his home for 50 years.

Bought by PRX to iTunes and KZYX


  • Added: Jan 10, 2007
  • Length: 03:30
  • Purchases: 2
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At 40 Daisy became engaged to Joseph Bonet. When he later broke off the engagement, Daisy sued him--and won!

Bought by PRX to iTunes and KZYX


  • Added: Jan 10, 2007
  • Length: 01:45
  • Purchases: 2
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By the turn of the century the Turner household had become a kind of community social center. This program explores the texture of these gatherings.

Bought by WJFF, KGOU, PRX to iTunes, and KZYX


  • Added: Jan 10, 2007
  • Length: 04:56
  • Purchases: 4
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Daisy and her father were so close that she felt they could communicate psychically. This program details such an event.

Bought by PRX to iTunes and KZYX


  • Added: Jan 10, 2007
  • Length: 05:16
  • Purchases: 2
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When a Boston market owner attempts to cheat her father, Daisy travels to Boston to confront him.

Bought by PRX to iTunes and KZYX


  • Added: Jan 10, 2007
  • Length: 04:14
  • Purchases: 2
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As a girl, Daisy Turner faces discrimination at school and confronts it directly--with poetry.

Bought by KZYX, PRX to iTunes, and KZYX


  • Added: Jan 10, 2007
  • Length: 04:39
  • Purchases: 3
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Daisy suffered from rickets as a child and during her younger years was unable to walk. At a young age she heard prayers, recitations, hymns, and s...

Bought by PRX to iTunes and KZYX


  • Added: Jan 10, 2007
  • Length: 03:11
  • Purchases: 2
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In this episode Alec Turner accepts a challenge and performs a dramatic feat of strength.

Bought by PRX to iTunes and KZYX


  • Added: Jan 10, 2007
  • Length: 03:20
  • Purchases: 2
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Alec Turner and his wife, Sally settle in Vermont on the farm he called Journey's End.

Bought by PRX to iTunes and KZYX


  • Added: Jan 10, 2007
  • Length: 03:20
  • Purchases: 2
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Alec and Sally Turner lived for a time in Williamsburg, Maine, as members of a colony of freed slaves who worked in the Merrill slate quarry there.

Bought by PRX to iTunes and KZYX


  • Added: Jan 10, 2007
  • Length: 04:45
  • Purchases: 2
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After the Civil War ended, Alec worked helping freed slaves find jobs off the plantations. During this time he met his future wife, Sally Early, th...

Bought by PRX to iTunes and KZYX


  • Added: Jan 10, 2007
  • Length: 03:51
  • Purchases: 2
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Daisy recites a Civil War-era poem--a doctor's letter to the parents of a dead soldier who was his comrade in arms.

Bought by PRX to iTunes and KZYX


  • Added: Jan 10, 2007
  • Length: 05:01
  • Purchases: 2
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Alec Turner guides the First New Jersey Cavalry on a raid of the plantation that had been his home.

Bought by PRX to iTunes and KZYX


  • Added: Jan 10, 2007
  • Length: 03:14
  • Purchases: 2

  • Added: Jan 10, 2007
  • Length: 04:57
  • Purchases: 2
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John Gouldin's plantation was on the Rappahannock River in Port Royal, Virginia. He owned 2,000 acres and 77 slaves. If the slaves didn't work fast...

Bought by PRX to iTunes and KZYX


  • Added: Jan 10, 2007
  • Length: 03:15
  • Purchases: 2
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Alec Turner was born on the Gouldin plantation in 1845 and remembered his childhood there in stories he told his children and grandchildren. Many o...

Bought by PRX to iTunes and KZYX


  • Added: Jan 10, 2007
  • Length: 02:24
  • Purchases: 2