Civil rights activist Dr. Terrence Roberts is this morning’s featured guest speaker at UCSC’s Stevenson College. In 1957 Dr. Roberts was part of “The Little Rock Nine”, the first black students ever to attend classes at Little Rock Central High School, sparking a nationwide crisis when Arkansas’ governor called out the National Guard to prevent them from entering. Over 50 years later this is still considered to be one of the most important events in the civil rights movement.
KZSC is presenting exclusive live web coverage of Dr. Terrence Roberts dialogue with UCSC students at Stevenson College RIGHT NOW on our Side Stream. To listen in, click the Main Stream off and click the play triangle for the Side Stream.