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Is it "narcissistic" to point out that Austin's "Sustainable Secret" also includes other black environmental talent that has flown under the radar for years? And that some of this talent is actually on the ballot? If it is generally agreed that environmentalism in Austin is in need of serious diversification, then criticizing one of the leading black environmentalists in town for basically being an uppity Negro is not the way to achieve that diversity. Especially when some of the critics do not actually have an environmental science background, only an advocacy background. ... See MoreSee Less
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Throwback Thursday: Fred McGhee at a Turkish cafe/bar in Frankfurt in 1994, Dr. Fred McGhee at the Polynesian Cultural Center in Lai'e in 2002. (2 photos) ... See MoreSee Less
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Tune in your radio to KOOP 91.7 tomorrow evening at 6:00 p.m. as I discuss my books "Two Texas Race Riots" and "Austin's Montopolis Neighborhood" on the wonderful "Writing on the Air" program! ... See MoreSee Less
Fred L. McGhee | Writing on the Air
Please join us this Wednesday when we talk with writer, historian, and activist Fred L McGhee. We broadcast Writing on the Air live every Wednesday from 6-...
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Delighted to help out the Pease Park Conservancy by appearing in this short film. Pease Park is the oldest municipal park in Texas and is named in honor of the man who deeded the land for its creation. E.M. Pease (1812-1883), was a native of Enfield Connecticut who came to Texas in 1835 and became a pivotal nineteenth century figure in the history of the Lone Star State. ... See MoreSee Less
Pease Park Conservancy - Pease Park History & Master Plan Oct 2014
A brief history and the Pease Park Master Plan approved by the City of Austin, TX October, 2014.
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