On February 6, WTJU and the UVA Today radio program presented a Black History Month special featuring some of the participants in the University's 2012 Martin Luther King Jr. celebration. Stream the program below or download it in mp3 format.
- Excerpts from the keynote conversation between Professor Julian Bond and singer, actor, and activist Harry Belafonte
- A talk with professor Corey D.B. Walker about former UVA bell-ringer Henry Martin and issues of historical representation
- A discussion about the design of the National Museum of African American History and Culture with architect Philip Freelon
- A look back at the Memphis sanitation workers' strike with lawyer and U.Va. alum Michael Cody
- An interview with sociologist L'Heureux Lewis about the obligations of the current generation to continue King's work