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A Conversation With...

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Clyde Snow

Clyde “Sonny” Snow saw his first human skeleton on a hunting trip at the age of 12 and learned more about bones while taking X-rays at his father’s medical clinic. He grew up during the Great Depression in the west Texas town of Ralls and studied archaeology and anthropology in college. In 1960, Clyde Snow took a job at the Federal Aviation Administration in Oklahoma City and started on career that has taken him around the globe as the world’s most recognized forensic anthropologist. Snow’s work with bones has helped convict mass murderers, identify the Nazi “Angel of Death,” and investigate the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. He’s brought war criminals to trial in South America and trained teams that have investigated human rights abuses in almost 50 countries. He’s also been called on to search for General George Armstrong Custer and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.

Originally broadcast on August 9, 2012


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George Henderson (57:50)

George Henderson grew up in Alabama during the Great Depression. The son of sharecroppers, he was expected to rise above his surroundings and pull his family out of poverty. After fleeing to the Midwest, he graduated from college, served in the Air Force and became an educator and community activist. In 1967, Henderson accepted a job as professor at the University of Oklahoma, a place his mentor warned was “a small redneck school in a backward state.” Henderson moved his family into a state and city that was not yet ready for the change he was destined to bring, and began his life’s work. Against the odds, Henderson courageously confronted “institutionalized racism” and led the movement for racial equality at the university and across the state. Henderson inspired his students to chip away at the formidable color barrier that stood in their way and established a new era of human relations in Oklahoma. In celebration of Black History Month, George Henderson shares his experiences in the struggle for civil rights with Dick Pryor in the new OETA production, “A Conversation With….George Henderson.” “A Conversation With…George Henderson” provides a unique and deeply personal account of Oklahoma history through the eyes of one of the nation’s most eloquent and respected civil rights scholars.

Related Topics: Religion & Beliefs, Community, Race & Ethnicity, People & Profiles, United States, Modern, Biography & Profiles, Government, Politics, Race & Ethnicity, Social Issues, Health, Education, Religion & Beliefs

Originally broadcast on February 22, 2011


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Thomas Stafford (57:45)

He wasn’t the first Oklahoman in space, but General Thomas P. Stafford of Weatherford is a trailblazer – one of the world’s great explorers. His first three spaceflights were critical to America’s goal “of landing a man on the moon and returning him safely to the earth” by the end of the 1960’s. Stafford flew to about nine miles from the moon’s surface in the Apollo 10 dress rehearsal for the first lunar landing. Later, he served as U.S. commander for the historic Apollo Soyuz Test Project that brought space race rivals the United States and Soviet Union together for a monumental joint mission. This month, General Stafford discusses his career, the U.S. space program and the importance of spaceflight with Dick Pryor in the season premier of the acclaimed “A Conversation With…” series. As a youth, Stafford gazed at the western Oklahoma sky and dreamed of being a pilot. What he became was a space pioneer and one of Oklahoma’s most celebrated native sons.

Related Topics: Biography & Profiles

Originally broadcast on October 5, 2010


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David Hall

Oklahoma Governor David Hall discusses his life and career with Dick Pryor.

Originally broadcast on June 7, 2010


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Fred Harris

"I may not always be right, but I will work at the job." That's what Fred Harris told the family of Robert S. Kerr as he prepared to run for the United States Senate after Sen. Kerr's death in 1964. Harris learned the value of hard work as the son of a sharecropper in depression-era Walters, Oklahoma. Known as one of Oklahoma's hardest working state legislators, he defeated legendary OU football coach Bud Wilkinson to earn a place in the U.S. Senate. During his tumultuous career in Washington, Harris became a champion for science, civil rights and the Great Society programs of President Lyndon Johnson while his opposition to the Vietnam War cost him the support of many in his home state. Nationally popular and a close friend of the Kennedy family, Harris ran for President twice, but left politics by the age of 45. This month, Fred Harris discusses his life and career with Dick Pryor in the new OETA production, "A Conversation With...Fred Harris." Never a stranger to controversy, Harris talks about his political rise and fall, the turbulent 60's, "Potomac Fever," the changing face of American politics, and his "second career" as an author and college professor. "A Conversation With...Fred Harris" is a revealing interview with one of Oklahoma's most accomplished and discussed public figures.

Originally broadcast on April 13, 2010


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Marian Opala

Originally broadcast on January 19, 2010


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Henry Bellmon

Originally broadcast on December 31, 1969


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Wilma Mankiller

Originally broadcast on April 6, 2010


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George Nigh

Originally broadcast on December 31, 1969


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Wanda Jackson

Originally broadcast on October 6, 2009