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Mon March 11, 2013
Storyteller La'Ron Williams talks about growing up in Flint and the 'Understanding Race Project'
The University of Michigan's "Understanding Race Project" will examine race through storytelling tomorrow evening at the Michigan Theater.
La'Ron Williams is a member of the National Storytelling Network, the Detroit Association of Black Storytellers, and the National Association of Black Storytellers.
He is set to perform his work Elm Park, 1955, in which he shares his interaction with race as a kid growing up in Flint, Michigan.
Michigan Radio's Lester Graham spoke with Williams about the power of storytelling, race, and the University's project.
Listen to the full interview above.