Public radio is a trusted source of information on world events, social issues, and popular culture, and one of it's most recognized voices is from the long running series 'All Things Considered.' Meet Michele Norris as she shares stories about her father and growing up black during the dismantling of segretation from her published memoir 'The Grace of Silence.'
In 2010, NPR host Michele Norris reported on race relations in the United States, leading her to write a book about America's 'hidden conversations.' But along the way, she realized there was another hidden story - about her own life and family. In this episodes of 'Conversations,' Enrique Cerna talks with Norris about her career as a journalist, and her new memoir, 'The Grace of Silence.'
A mother's struggle to solve her son's murder, award-winning journalist Michele Norris, Delta Sigma Theta sorority.
The Trayvon Martin murder trial against George Zimmerman has sparked fresh public discourse about race and racial tensions in America. Jeffrey Brown talks to NPR's Michele Norris, creator of The Race Card Project, which asks people to share their thoughts about race, ethnicity and cultural identity in six words or less.
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