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Undisciplined

  • In part two of our conversation with Michael Pierce, we hear what happens to Nelson Hackett, his impact on fugitivity and slavery in North America, and more.
  • A new episode of Undisciplined is out today, and we hear from associate professor of history Michael Pierce about Nelson Hackett and his escape to Canada.
  • A new episode of Undisciplined is out today, and we hear from associate professor of history Michael Pierce about Nelson Hackett and his escape to Canada.
  • Host Caree Banton is joined by Michael Pierce, an associate professor of history at the University of Arkansas to talk about the story of Nelson Hackett's escape from Fayetteville.
  • Liberia is home to many whose origin stories began elsewhere. Lorenzo Witherspoon, an ambassador from the west African nation shares his experience going to his ancestral land of Barbados in the latest episode of Undisciplined.
  • Liberia is home to many whose origin stories began elsewhere. Lorenzo Witherspoon, an ambassador from the west African nation shares his experience going to his ancestral land of Barbados in the latest episode of Undisciplined.
  • If you’re familiar at all with the west African nation of Liberia, perhaps you know it as a nation founded as a place for formerly enslaved African-Americans to return back to Africa following the American Civil War. However, Liberia became home for many Caribbean migrants as well from nations like Barbados and Trinidad. In the latest episode of Undisciplined, we hear from Lorenzo Witherspoon. Witherspoon is an ambassador from Liberia, working alongside Nelson Mandela, the World Health Organization, and an international renaissance man.
  • On the most recent episode of Undisciplined, host Caree Banton welcomes journalist Mary Hennigan and editor Rob Wells to discuss the St. Charles Lynchings of 1904 and how little news coverage it received at the time.
  • On the most recent episode of Undisciplined, host Caree Banton welcomes journalist Mary Hennigan and editor Rob Wells to discuss the St. Charles Lynchings of 1904 and how little news coverage it received at the time.
  • On today's episode, we talk to Mary Henningan, a journalist who recently reported on a racial massacre in St. Charles, Arkansas in 1904 and her editor Rob Wells.