Native Washingtonian Rosalind Wiseman went to school with mean girls, then grew up to study them and the wider social dynamics of young women. She joins Kojo with former student Alexandra Petri to discuss the complexities of womanhood at different stages of life.
A comic book once inspired Congressman John Lewis to learn about the early days of the civil rights movement and engage in activism himself. Now, a new generation of readers is learning about civil rights history through Lewis’ own comics series. We share an excerpt of a recent conversation Kojo had with Lewis and his collaborator on the “March” series with a group of young readers at the Library of Congress.
- Andrew Aydin Digital Director and Policy Advisor to Rep. John Lewis; Co-Author, "March"; @andrewaydin
- John Lewis Member, U.S. House of Representatives (D- GA); @repjohnlewis
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Kojo Nnamdi discusses the graphic novel series “March” with collaborators John Lewis and Andrew Aydin at the Library of Congress Young Readers Center (February 14, 2017)
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