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Leadership from the Bottom Up, a SOTRU special

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State of the Re:Union
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Host Al Letson, Rev. Scates and Meier and producer Tina Antolini. Rev. Scates and Meier are part of the Johnson Park Project in Utica, NY.

Tune in for another in a series of Black History Month specials this Sunday at 7 p.m. on WRVO. This week it's State of the Re:Union with "Leadership from the Bottom Up: A Black History Month Special."

Usually during Black History Month, we remember our Civil Rights icons and reflect on their legacy. But over the past couple of years, SOTRU has met a new generation of African American leaders, people you may not see on TV specials or making nationally acclaimed speeches. Most of these men and women are on the front lines of their communities, rolling up their sleeves and diving into what can be unglamorous work.

This Sunday, SOTRU would like to introduce you to this group of leaders and what they're accomplishing in their various corners of America. Join us at 7 p.m. on February 15.