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RELAY students Mayisha White (Dunham), Johnny Wilder and Michael Russell prepares for a broadcast at then WGHPiedmont TV8 (ABC affiliate) in 1991.
Winston-Salem area minister, Rev. John Mendez speaks to group of ministers at First Baptist Church, in Raleigh, NC concerning Crime Control before meeting with then Governor Jim Hunt in 1994.
Joe Stout, center, RELAY's FIRST director, calls out instructions to Wanda Wilson (left) on the graphic computer and Ronald "Head" Hamilton, on the audio board on his right. This photo from 1987 was among one of the first "GATE CITY VIEWS" (RELAY) productions.
Moriah Williams, Mike Russell and Hodiva, work to produce a weekly TV broadcast in 2003 in North Carolina Central University's TV training studio. Mike, a RELAY student from the 1980's and 1990's; train the AmericasCHILD RELAY students from 1998 through 2008.
Internationally renown comedian Sinbad, talks to RELAY student, Ronald Hamilton in 1988 during North Carolina A&T's annual "AGGIEFEST".
Tomas Stout, Jr., who at 13 yrs. of age, became a RELAY student, in 1989, meets with Ted Mangum, his teacher and mentor, for lunch some 27 plus years later in 2016.
A father reads to his two daughters from AmericasCHILD RELAY's "No Puffin For Life!" (Early Childhood Tobacco Prevention Coloring/Storybook).
9 Year old Keion Wilson operates the audio board during a "GateCity View" Production
Katrina Wilson operates a behind the scenes camera as her younger sister Carleen looks on.
Katrina Wilson poses a sly smile before a "GateCity View" telecast.
Kelly Alston, son of then Guilford County Commissioner Chairman and State NAACP, Skip Alston, learns camera skills for RELAY
Five year old Mathews Bryant teaches his younger brother Josh, to read after a RELAY book giveaway.
Describe your image.
Describe your image.
RELAY offered children, even in the public libraries, a selection of books that allowed them to start THEIR OWN LIBRARIES at home. This was one of their "book giveaways"
RELAY & AmericasCHILD 1986-2008
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