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Live with Pat Kiernan Mornings on 1 to talk about America's First Freedom Rider.

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A Century Before Rosa Parks...

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LI author wrote 'America's First Freedom Rider' on the railroad

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The freedom rider

Elizabeth Jennings Graham helped kickstart the desegregation of NYC transit—and she’ll soon be honored with a statue at Grand Central Terminal

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 January 2020, Volume 14, Number 11

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Local Author Explores Old New York and The First Rosa Parks.

Six Questions With Jerry Mikorenda

Stench maps? Frank Zappa? The Roman Empire? This and more in a brief somewhat spectacular interview with the folks at BIO. Click on the button.

 May 2020, Volume 18, Number 11

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Where Do You Work?

Not every book is written in a Carriage House garret overlooking a wind-swept moor or a lake. You write where you live.

                                                    April 6, 2021

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Bill Buell’s Electric City Archives: Chester Arthur Zoom session set

In 2015, What History Forgot program host Joe Moniaci interviewed me for a segment about early civil rights advocate Elizabeth Jennings, who desegregated Manhattan’s transit system in 1854. Atlas Media, producers the series for AHC, read my Gotham Blog piece on Jennings as well as my biography about her. Below is a clip from the full segment. It first appeared on July 7, 2015 (Season 1, Episode 6) and still broadcasts on the network.