NPR Senior Correspondent Juan Williams has written several books on the history of race relations in America. But his newest book gives a more personal view. The book uses analysis and Williams' own insight to hold black civil rights leaders responsible for the problems facing African-Americans today. Williams visited State College earlier in the week to talk about the book at Penn State's Foster Conference of Distinguished Writers. WPSU's David Klatt has this story.
Stories: NPR Correspondent Juan Williams
October 20, 2006