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Roger Glass interview part 1, 2019-05-05

Identifier: dcpl_dcohc018

Scope and Contents

Roger Glass discusses life growing up in New York, attending college at Howard University in the 70s, and his writing career for Washington Afro American newspaper and Washington Star, and being the President of the Washington Association of Black Journalists. Glass recalls his introduction to The Davis Center and Ms. Beatrice Davis-Williams, and life as a parent of two students at The Davis Center. He also talks about being the PTA President at Whittier Elementary School, being a founding member of Concerned Black Men Washington, D.C. Chapter, and being the Chair of the Board for Arts for Our Children, the non-profit arm of The Davis Center. Glass recounts The Davis Center's 50-year legacy and service to the D.C. community.


  • Creation: 2019-05-05


Biographical / Historical

Roger Glass is a former parent of a Davis Center student and Chair of the Board for Arts for Our Children, non-profit arm of The Davis Center.


From the Collection: 1.13 Terabytes

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Repository Details

Part of the The People's Archive, Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library Repository

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