Program 701: The US Civil Rights Trail; Wild Arctic Svalbard

Release Date: 01-14-2023


Hear how the US Civil Rights Trail, with 100 stops across 14 states, was organized to help all Americans get an up-close look at the movement to dismantle Jim Crow laws across the South. And listen in as ecologist Chris Morgan describes changes he's observed on Norway's Svalbard archipelago — halfway between the mainland and the North Pole — which indicate how our warming climate is a threat to life in the Arctic.


  • Alabama tourism director Lee Sentell
  • John Swaine, CEO, International Civil Rights Center and Museum, Greensboro NC
  • Ecologist and filmmaker Chris Morgan

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