“Mosaic: An African American Perspective,” produced by the Office of Public Information, debuted on County Cable Montgomery on April 23.
Produced monthly, the 30-minute show is hosted by Deborah Milo. The initial show focuses on the life and legacy of the late Roscoe Nix, a civil rights leader, NAACP president and past member of the Montgomery County Board of Education. Special guests Odessa Shannon, Ruby Rubens and Dr. Paul Vance discuss their personal memories of Nix and his legacy of leadership as a fearless and tireless advocate for educational excellence and social, economic and political justice.
Future episodes will focus on the Office of Human Rights’ annual civil rights bus tour and interviews with African American leaders in the community.
“Mosaic: An African American Perspective” can be seen on Channel 6 on the Comcast and RCN cable systems and Channel 30 on Verizon.
Check the schedule of show times or see it online. Click on Schedule or Programs and look for Mosaic.
For more information about the show, call 240-777-6507.
POSTED AT: Thursday, April 26, 2012 | 5:00:00 AM