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This month, PBS stations around the nation are airing “Eyes on the Prize,” a documentary series that first aired in 1987. Considered the definitive documentary of the civil rights movement by many, the series has not been viewed in more than 13 years due to copyright problems. Juan Williams joins Kojo to talk about his role in the project.
- Juan Williams Senior Correspondent for NPR's Morning Edition; author of "Eyes on the Prize: America's Civil Rights Years 1954-1965" (the companion volume to PBS documentary)(Penguin); author most recently of "Enough: The Phony Leaders, Dead End Movement, and Culture of Failure that are Undermining Black America -- And What We Can Do About It" (Crown)
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