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The African American and Culturual Historical Museum of Washtenaw County

Joyce Hunter
Joyce Hunter

Now that it's been officially announced, there's been much reaction to presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's selection of Kamala Harris as his running mate.

WEMU's Lisa Barry talks with the President/CEO of the African American Cultural & Historical Museum of Washtenaw County, Joyce Hunter.  She talks about the historical selection of Harris for the Democratic presidential ticket and the impact that has for women of all ages and of all races.

Bev Willis

Bev Willis grew up in Washington, D.C., literally in the epicenter of the Civil Rights Movement because of her parents and grandparents.  Deb Polich and David Fair talk with Bev about how those experiences led to her becoming a graphic designer, active in her community, and encouraging everyone to use their talents to document defining historical moments.  Hear the conversation on this edition of "creative:impact."  Listen here.

The African American And Cultural Historical Museum Of Washtenaw County

For years, it has been a museum without walls.  In the near future, that is going to change.  Deb Polich, president and CEO of The Arts Alliance, joins WEMU's David Fair to explore the backstory of the African American and Cultural History Museum and look ahead to when the brick-and-mortar iteration of the museum will open.  Museum president and CEO Joyce Hunter joins them to provide the answers.