A local warrior of the civil rights movement, Constance Mitchell, shares her reflections of the movement, how far the nation has come, and the work ahead.
We also talk with Rochester City School Commissioner Van White. He’s an organizer for the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington. He has a new book coming out soon which is a collection of personal accounts of the march of ’63 and advice for today’s generation.
What can a mayor really do to tackle city issues? Just in time for WXXI’s Voice of the Voter Democratic Primary Mayoral Debate – Timothy Kneeland of Nazareth College joins us to talk about the job of a mayor.