In our episode “Voices of Vietnam: A Lost Homeland,” we spent some time with the oral history of Kim Delevett, recorded by historian Jason Stewart and found within Texas Tech… More»
Recently, the Whitney Plantation opened its doors to the public with exclusively the story of slavery on Louisiana plantations. In doing so, it turns the traditional plantation story inside out. Visitors learn about the men and women who were enslaved there, what they did, and where they came from.
Harriet Tubman, Black disabled woman and anti-slavery hero When we were producing Episode Three of American Dissent, we wanted to highlight one of our “dissent heroes:” Harriet Tubman. We found Vilissa… More»
Former With Good Reason producer Lilia Fuquen interviews some handsome birds. Over the years, we’ve made lots of delicious Thanksgiving radio. Now, we’re spreading it before you in one place. Find stories… More»
Hosted by Virginia Humanities, the Virginia Center for the Book, and With Good Reason radio, this program is part of the “Democracy and the Informed Citizen” initiative, administered by the Federation of State Humanities Councils.