Clarence E. Glover, Jr. is one of America's most respected voices on issues pertaining to African-American history and culture, intercultural relations, and racism. He is also noted for his seminars and lectures on  Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Civil Rights Movement. Some of his topics include: "On Being African-American", "From Racism to Reconciliation", and "Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Non-Violent Social Change."


In 1986, Glover served as interviewer and consultant for "In Remembrance of Martin" the PBS documentary on the first National Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday Observance. Glover has also been featured in Essence Magazine in an exclusive interview entitled "Spirituality; An African View." He has also appeared in The New York Times and was a guest on the National Lifetimes Channel Show (The Jane Wallace Show) on "Ivory Tower Bigotry."

For Juneteenth

Da Night Befo' Freedom, An Emancipation - Juneteenth Tale

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"Da Night Befo' Freedom - An Emancipation-Juneteenth Tale"

by Rev. Clarence Glover, Jr.