A conversation about the first African American president with Ruth Cousins Denny, of Denver, who is 88. Her grandmother was a slave. She endured segregation... and she helped end it in Denver in the 1960s... when she co-founded a chapter of the Congress on Racial Equality, or CORE. She pushed businesses to hire minorities, schools to integrate, and promoted fair housing for minorities.
A Civil Rights Activist Reacts to Obama's Election
Apr 5, 2010
Most Viewed News
By Megan Arellano and Nathan Heffel
Become a First-Time Supporter of CPR
As thoughts turn to spring and new growth this month - become a new supporter.
Make the positive transformation today.
Your listening experience will never sound the same.