Durham News: Opinion

March 7, 2014 12:00 AM

Museum of Durham History: New project shines light on Triangle’s activist media history

In 1973, a reporter from Ebony magazine in Chicago came to Durham to write a story on WAFR-FM. When she arrived at 336 ½ E. Pettigrew St., she found a radio station like no other in America.

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