On this last episode, we look back on 23 years of joyous, difficult and always informative conversation.
Freeman Hrabowski once spent time in jail for participating in the Civil Rights movement as a child in Alabama. Hrabowski’s now fighting as an educator — and one of his chief missions is to push more African-American students into science, technology engineering and mathematics. Kojo chats with Hrabowksi about leading the University of Maryland, Baltimore County — and how his personal history bridges the Civil Rights era with today’s modern education challenges.
- Freeman Hrabowski, III President, The University of Maryland, Baltimore County
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