On The Radio
Seth Kotch coproduced a series of five pieces drawing on interviews conducted by the SOHP for the Civil Rights History Project, a nationwide interview project originating with the Smithsonian’s National Museum for African American History and Culture and the American Folklife Center in the Library of Congress.
Voices of SNCC
Seth Kotch is joined by Duke historian William R. Chafe to discuss the founding of SNCC (and its mentor, Ella Baker, pictured at right), its philosphy, and its legacy. Listen here.
Voices from the Vault
Digital Coordinator Seth Kotch discusses oral history interviews with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Horace Carter (at center), who battled the Ku Klux Klan in Tabor City, NC, and two North Carolina millworkers. Listen here.
First Person History
Seth Kotch played and discussed some clips from interviews with feminist civil rights activist Pauli Murray (pictured) and anti-lynching activist Modjeska Simkins. Listen here.