Eva Paterson on NPR This Morning

EJS President Eva Paterson is scheduled to be on NPR’s “News & Notes” program today at approximately 1:05 p.m. ET/10:05 a.m. PT.  You can listen online at npr.org.

Eva will be sharing her thoughts on the Obama Administration and civil rights – and how the movement of the ’50s and ’60s might have some lessons for us today.

We’ll post a link to the audio archive as soon as that’s available.

UPDATE: The NPR page is here.  Audio expected around 1 p.m. Pacific.

One thought on “Eva Paterson on NPR This Morning

  1. I have all of the confidence in the world that Mr. President and our first lady, along with our vices, will do a magnificant job, for tons of dollars that’s been wasted or steered in the wrong directions by way of the wrong hands, will cease. I believe that with that problem being curbed, that will make a huge difference for this economy and over the world. I believe then, that selfesteeem will rise and violence, theifs, burglaries and other notrocities, will cease. I believe that President O’Bama, is an excellent chose for gettings things back in order. I’m aware that Rome wasn’t built in a day, but I also understand that there were determined architects that made it happen as son as it did and Mr. President, is to be commended for that. I believe that our children will is is, blessed to have another scholar who really care, to help guide our children in the right direction and she should be commended for that as well. I believe that the time has come for us to step back and breathe, for the road is long and hard, but it isn’t a road that can’t be tamed.

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