Friday, October 1, 2021

Radio Visit for Interview on Natchez U.S. Colored Troops Monument Project

Community-wide public meeting set for November 10, 2021


From left: Roscoe Barnes III, Diana Nutter, and Robert Pernell. Nutter is the previous owner of the radio station (WTYJ 977 and WMIS 1240), which changed hands today. Pernell is the chairman of the Natchez USCT Monument Committee.

Robert Pernell and I had a great time today (Friday, Oct. 1, 2021) on radio (WTYJ 977 and WMIS 1240), where we talked about the Natchez U.S. Colored Troops Monument project. Pernell announced a community-wide public meeting will be held on the Monument project on Nov. 10, 2021, at 6 p.m. in the Natchez Convention Center, located at 211 Main St.

From left: Diana Nutter, Roscoe Barnes III, and Nutter’s brother, Robert “Bob” Ewing, who interviewed us on the radio program.

Robert Pernell, right, and I are inside the studio getting ready to go on the air.

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