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Cape Up
Voices of the Movement
The veterans of the civil rights movement made history, but they are eager for you to know something: They didn’t set out to be heroes or icons. On two recent occasions, these brave men and women gathered to reflect on their experiences and the legacy they're leaving. Some of them are names you know, some aren’t — but all of them have stories that need to be told while they're still here to tell them. This series from the “Cape Up” podcast brings you the stories and reflections of some of these leaders, and their lessons on where we go from here.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.2 stars from 10 ratings
So much soul and heart
This podcast offered so much soul and heart I hated that it didn’t have more episodes which is my only complaint. There are still so many powerful stories to be told and I hope JC does more of these with the Civil Right leaders we have left.
RichSpaceman via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/16/20
Carefully crafted, incredibly moving.
MjSports via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/24/20
Recent Episodes
Published 06/06/19
"They’re doing it, and they’re making all the mistakes, and they’re doing it right." Civil rights leaders old and young describe how activism is different today than for the leaders of the 1960s movement — but still as important.
Published 06/06/19
"The violence trained me to be nonviolent." A longtime civil rights activist and a leader from a younger generation discuss the tension that exists when discussing the most effective paths to change.
Published 05/30/19
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