The “Last Negro at Harvard” Fears Difficult Days Ahead with Trump in White House [Video Interview]

Kent Garrett was among a group of the first African-Americans admitted to Harvard University as the Civil Rights movement got underway. He went on to a long career in news production and reporting, working at CBS with Dan Rather, and at NBC with Tom Brokaw. He says Trump’s election to the presidency represents a retreat from the hard-won gains minorities have made since the 60’s. He says it also represents a loss of values which had been helping the nation move in a positive direction. He talked with us concerning those fears and apprehensions:

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