Ken Burns commenting on 1960s Michigan State football as an important story to tell and to understand

Click here: Duffy Daugherty's Milestone Minutes with Ken Burns commenting on the significance of Michigan State football leading college football integration in the 1960s. The video includes an announcement Raye of Light is being adapted into a screen play. https://twitter.com/Shanny4055/status/1402405083502026752

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The media and Raye of Light

PHOTO (L-R) Tom Shanahan, Jimmy Raye, Bob Apisa at Jimmy Raye's Michigan State Hall of Fame enshrinement, 2018. Visit my website homepage, TomShanahan.Report Media coverage of Raye of Light in ESPN, Detroit Free Press, Chicago Tribune, USA Today, MSU Alumni Magazine, Dan Daly Pro Football, The State News, radio interviews with Lansing's Jack Ebling and WKAR's (East Lansing) Al Martin. WRAL's (Raleigh, N.C.) Adam Gold Show another station. Jan. 3, 2022 My guest spot on PennSports.Live discussing "Raye…

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Walton, speaking from experience, heartened college athletes are protesting and urges ‘to keep going’

By TOM SHANAHAN Bill Walton’s mind cheerfully hums songs illuminating life’s complexities, but he burst out with renewed hope last spring and summer. The chord struck was college athletes outspokenly supporting Black Lives Matter protests. “I’m all for it,” Walton said. “It’s fantastic -- a dream come true. It’s what I grew up hoping the future would be; now it’s here.” What Bob Dylan song might Walton be singing to himself? Maybe, “Blowin’ in the Wind.” How about…

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