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Arts & Life
Sun October 23, 2005
Listen to Alabama Life from 10-23-2005
The U.S. Secretary of State came home for a visit and lecture. Condoleeza Rice visited the University of Alabama and talked about growing up in Alabama and how the nation overcame segregation. Listen to some of her comments on this edition of Alabama Life. We'll also look at the APR Events Calendar and hear from the storyteller Kathryn Tucker Windham.
U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw jointly presented the Frank A. Nix Lecture at The University of Alabama on October 21. The program at the Bryant Conference Center was presented by UA?s Blackburn Institute.
You have two options for listening. To just hear Rice's comments that aired during Alabama Life, click here [13:00].
To hear the entire Frank. A. Nix lecture, click here [1:20:47].
[LISTEN - 1:24]
Listen to the APR Events Calender for the week, and find out what else is happening by clicking here for the full Events Calendar, including information about submitting your own events.
[LISTEN - 4:19]
Storyteller Kathryn Tucker Windham talks about keeping herself and her community healthy.
Alabama Life is a production of Alabama Public Radio - www.APR.org