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published on 02/21/2009

Dorothy K. Jones Discusses Sit-Ins on AEC's Point of View


Mrs. Dororthy K. Jones, who worked at Kresses while the 1960 sit-in demonstrations were going on, will talk about her experiences on Point of View. The show will be hosted by Vincent Phipps, and will air on WDEF, Channel 12, on Saturday, February 21, at 6am. Repeat showings are scheduled on Comcast Cable 3, the following Tuesday and Friday evenings at 9pm.

The documentary on "The Sit-Ins of 1960," produced by WTCI in cooperation with Chattanooga's Regional History Museum, will also be shown. The Sit-Ins for equal rights were initiated in Chattanooga by members of the 1960 Class of Howard School.

Sponsored by the Arts & Education Council, Point of View began in 1952 and remains the longest running, locally produced, public affairs television program of its kind in the U.S. This weekly television program explores sometimes conflicting and diverse views on issues pertaining to the community, region, nation, and world. Point of View is shown on Channel 12 at 6:00 AM on Saturdays, and on Cable Channel 3 at 10 AM on Thursdays and 9 PM on Fridays.

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