Audio and Video

We can still hear that voice and see Dr. Hudson do what he most enjoyed.

Below are links to a few of the many recorded interviews and discussions with Dr. Hudson.

Please share any other links to online media of Dr. Hudson in the comments below.

J. Blaine Hudson in His Own Words (WFPL)

  • WFPL’s Phillip M. Bailey and Jonathan Bastian discussed Hudson’s legacy on Monday and also played recordings of Hudson from his past radio appearances: WFPL.org

Living The Story: The Civil Rights Movement in Kentucky – Video interview (KET)

  • “As part of the Civil Rights in Kentucky Oral History Project, the Kentucky Oral History Commission and Historical Society have produced full-length video interviews with many of the project participants under the title Living the Story: The Rest of the Story.” This series of 14 videos, most an hour long, contains unedited versions of original one-on-one interviews that were excerpted for the Living the Story television documentary. The interviews are available for viewing online.
  • Video Interview with Dr. J. Blaine Hudson: KET.org

C-SPAN BookTV: LCV Cities Tour

  • Dr. Hudson was interviewed in early summer 2012 as part of the C-SPAN BookTV “Cities Tour.” In this video (6:09), Dr. Hudson shares his encyclopedic knowledge of Louisville history while touring some of the most significant sites in Black Louisville History.
  • Video: C-SPAN.org or YouTube.com
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2 Responses to Audio and Video

  1. Steve Thomas says:

    Louisville Kentucky has produced some of the Most outstanding Black men in the world,
    Men of remarkable depth, knowledge, character, charisma – Dr. J. Blaine Hudson.
    Thank you for making Louisville a window to the world by staying home.
    Your foot print will remain, Steve Thomas,Jefferson County Public Schools, Saturday Academy member.

  2. It’s always hard express yourself in another language, but I’ll try. My name is Damião, from Brazil, and I went to UofL in 2007 (Fall) as an interchange student through of academic agreements between my University in Brazil (Unesp) and UofL. The Brazilian Studies Program gave to me a great opportunity in my life to live an unforgettable academic and personal experience. Dr. Medina was a fantastic support since his visitor in São Paulo (Brazil) when I met him. In my academic semester at UofL I had the same support of him and I could meet Dr. Hudson during a lunch with all Brazilian students and also professor Medina. So it’s really sad hear news about Hudson’s death. I hope the Brazilian Studies Program keep full of success and could bring much more experiences to students from both countries, scholars, teachers and others that had chance to participating of this program. Congratulations for this Blog in memoriam to Dean Hudson.

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