Never in My Wildest Dreams
Journalist Belva Davis recalled her nearly five-decade career. Born during the Great Depression in Louisiana and raised in Oakland’s projects, Ms. Davis was the first black female news anchor on the West Coast. She recounted her childhood and education and the many stories she covered from the beginnings of the Black Panther movement to the assassination of Harvey Milk and the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Belva Davis discussed her life at Hue-Man Bookstore in New York City. close
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