'Justice Pursued' — the 43-year wrongful imprisonment of Nathan Myers and Clifford Williams
Two Jacksonville men endured 42 years of wrongful imprisonment for a murder they didn't commit. In early 2019, their exoneration captured national and international attention. Today, author Bruce Horovitz joined us to discuss his latest book, Justice Pursued: The Exoneration of Nathan Myers and Clifford Williams. The book meticulously examines the wrongful convictions of Myers and Williams, who were unfairly sentenced to life in prison in 1976 for the shooting death of Jeanette Williams in Jacksonville.
Gamble Rogers Music Festival
Before his passing in 1991, Gamble Rogers enjoyed a 30-year career as one of the most renowned folk musicians in the South. Additionally, he was a familiar voice to devoted NPR listeners at the time.
The president of the Gamble Rogers Music Festival, Jim Carrick, and author Bruce Horovitz talked about the life and legacy that Rogers left behind.
If you’re interested in attending the festival, take advantage of early bird tickets, available until Dec. 31. The 28th Annual Gamble Rogers Folk Festival is scheduled for April 12-14 at the St. Johns County Fairgrounds.
On this Giving Tuesday, Mari Kuraishi, president of the Jessie Ball duPont Fund, explained how we can contribute to charitable organizations during this time.