with Gary Kaplan, narrated by Greg Cunningham
Hubie Jones helped shape Boston's social landscape. A personal account.
This month, JFYNetWorks will take the opportunity to expand on some of the history that Hubie Jones shared with our listeners when he was a guest for three JFYNet podcasts last year. [Podcast 1, Podcast 2, Podcast 3] Recently, PBS, in conjunction with local affiliate GBH, debuted the documentary “The Busing Battleground: THE DECADES-LONG ROAD TO SCHOOL DESEGREGATION” as part of the American Experience television series. The program featured reflections by many prominent Boston-area activists, including Hubie Jones, who has not only witnessed Boston history for 67 years, but has also shaped and defined the civic and social landscape.
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Image source: Courtesy of Boston Public Library via Digital Commonwealth. [A 1974 photo of black teens attending school in South Boston.]
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