Chatter on Books Podcast with Wil Haygood
Author Wil Haygood appeared on the “Chatter on Books” podcast to discuss his book on race in America in the late 1960s through the lens of a high school sports team in Columbus, Ohio. He was joined in conversation by Torie Clarke, host of “Chatter on Books,” as well as the podcast’s guest contributors Jeanne McManus, Michael Kornheiser, and David Aldridge. close
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