This week’s program comes from Manchester University’s Values, Ideas and the Arts series.
We’ll hear from Fort Wayne City Councilman Glynn Hines, a 1973 Manchester graduate, who spoke about his upbringing, experiences as a student in the 1960s and '70s and how those experiences were shaped by the establishment of AAFRO House on campus. The full title of the program is Rightful Objectives: 50 Years of Black Student Organizing at Manchester.
Special thanks to Anne Gregory for providing the audio for this program. Our music is by Mark Waldick, Noah Campodonico, and Kurt Roembke. Our web producer is Loyal Vandenburg. Our production assistants are Monica Blankenship, Steve Mullaney, and Sydney Wagner.