Destination Freedom Black Radio Days examines issues facing communities of color with James “Step Back” Williams.

In the early days of Covid 19, some people suffered because of human error and or biases.

This is the story of one patient’s journey who suffered from both.

This original story, based on real facts, comes from producer/director donnie l. betts and features Ghandia Johnson, Don Randle and Teej Morgan.

The original series by Richard Durham walked a daring line between reform and revolution.  From 1948 to 1950, Durham used the weekly Destination Freedom to fight the stereotypes of African Americans in the media. His inventive scripts highlighted the accomplishments of black leaders throughout history, including Harriet Tubman, Jackie Robinson, and Ida B. Wells. Durham’s recurring theme of social and economic freedom was a revolutionary idea rarely heard on the radio at the time. The program was shut down by its network in 1950, as McCarthyism and anti-communism tightened its grip on American broadcasting

Destination Freedom Black Radio Days is produced by No Credits Productions LLC and donnie l. betts.

The series can be heard wherever you get your podcast #Broadway Podcast Network #itunes, #radiopublic, #spotify #amazon, #stitcher or

No Credits Productions

Destination Freedom Black Radio Days

Examining issues facing communities of color

James “Step Back” Williams -a Covid 19 tale

Tuesday, November 16 at 7 p.m.

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