Rep. Dingell Challenges WEMU Listeners To Donate On National Public Radio Music Day
Longtime Congressman John Dingell was one of the architects of the Public Broadcasting Act of 1967. His widow is the current 12th District Representative from Michigan. Debbie Dingell continues his mission to keep public broadcasting alive in this country. She joined WEMU's David Fair and Molly Motherwell to discuss John Dingell's legacy and why WEMU is worth supporting on Public Radio Music Day.
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