Moton Museum featured on Comcast Newsmakers

Assoc. Director for Operations, Justin G. Reid, discusses the spring 2013 gallery opening of the Moton Museum — Virginia’s sole National Historic Landmark of the Civil Rights Movement — and why the student -led and -centered Prince Edward County civil rights story deserves greater recognition.  Justin’s November 8, 2012 interview follows that of Moton Museum Director Lacy Ward, Jr. in spring 2011.

Comcast Newsmakers is a unique local news platform where local, state and federal officials, as well as community leaders, are invited to share their thoughts on current events and issues of interest to residents in five minute segments.  The rotating spot will air on CNN Headline News at :24 and :54 past the hour for Comcast Cable customers across Virginia.

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