Anthropologist who during the 1970's, lived in Papua New Guinea studying The Abelam people, their ceremonies and religious beliefs. She also worked for the Papua New Guinea government collecting artefacts for the country's museums
John 'Jack' Agnew, one of the original members of a U.S. Army unit that operated behind enemy lines in World War II and is often credited with having loosely inspired the novel and movie 'The Dirty Dozen,'
Leading television news historian. Former news director, reporter, on-air anchor, talk show host and producer. Winner of over 50 prestigious journalism awards. Eyewitness to the assassination of Robert Kennedy. Author of Anchoring America
Active civil rights demonstrations & voter registration drives. Worked with activist Medgar Evers & participated in the 1961 Freedom Rides. Author of Autobiography of a Freedom Rider: My Life as a Foot Soldier for Civil Rights (2011)