Rachel Talbot Ross
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This is a brief interview with Rachel Talbot Ross concerning Maine Governor Paul LePage’s refusal to attend the NAACP’s 30th Anniversary celebrations of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and the Governor’s accusations that the NAACP was a “special interest group” that wanted to hold him hostage.
90.9 WMPG FM
NAACP, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Governor Paul LePage, Maine
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90.9 WMPG FM, "Rachel Talbot Ross" (2020). Black History Month Segments. 12.