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Vermont Reads: March – Book One - Broadcast version

Season 2019 Episode 6 | 57m 11s

Broadcast highlights: Congressman and civil rights activist John Lewis and co-author Andrew Aydin at Burlington's Flynn Center for the Performing Arts on October 7, 2019. Lewis's graphic novel, March: Book One, was selected as the Vermont Humanities Council's Vermont Reads choice for 2019.

Aired: 10/10/19
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