Mon June 16, 2014
Dialogue: Fragments Of Hate
In 1968, Charles Moulden was shot while fishing for trout in an East Tennessee stream. There was little mystery regarding the reason for the attack-- Moulden was black and his attackers wanted him to understand he wasn't welcome there. Forty-six years later, he carries vivid memories of that day, as well as fragments of the bullet that brought him down. Charles Moulden joins host Matt Shafer Powell on this segment of Dialogue, along with Knoxville News Sentinel columnist Sam Venable, the reporter who brought to light Moulden's story of hatred, injustice and healing.