"Clem Price: A Celebration"
airs: Saturday January 24 at 7am on
Sunday January 25 at 9:30am and 7pm
and Tuesday January 27 at 11:30pm
Clement Alexander Price
This Week on Due Process
A voice of reason, an inspirational teacher, the people's historian, Newark's quiet activist.
With his death in November, came enormous loss for Clem Price's city, his state, his university. He was Newark's official historian, Rutgers University-Newark's distinguished professor, New Jersey's public intellectual and a nationally recognized figure in the arts, the academy, the humanities.
He was also a great friend and adviser to Due Process, so on this week's edition, we remember Clem Price with the help of two friends and colleagues: RU-Newark Chancellor Nancy Cantor and Vice Chancellor Marcia Brown.
Please join us for this tribute to an extraordinary public figure and exemplary private man.
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