DiscoverOur American StoriesEP172: Zero Victim Black Americans: MLK & Booker T. Washington, The History of the "Wrecker" Tow Truck and Whiskey Distillery Goes from Serving Drinks to Serving Community
EP172:  Zero Victim Black Americans: MLK & Booker T. Washington, The History of the "Wrecker" Tow Truck and Whiskey Distillery Goes from Serving Drinks to Serving Community

EP172: Zero Victim Black Americans: MLK & Booker T. Washington, The History of the "Wrecker" Tow Truck and Whiskey Distillery Goes from Serving Drinks to Serving Community

Update: 2022-01-24
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On this episode of Our American Stories, In his book, Zero Victim: Overcoming Injustice With A New Attitude, James Ward tells his story as a “zero victim” Black American. Nyle Vincent from the International Towing Museum shares with us the fascinating story of the tow truck. Black Button Distilling was about to go national, and then COVID-19 put a hold that. In the face of what looked like an inevitable shutdown, Black Button not only figured out a way to keep their doors open, but how to do so by helping their community.

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00:00 - Zero Victim Black Americans: MLK & Booker T. Washington

10:00 - The History of the "Wrecker" Tow Truck

23:00 - Whiskey Distillery Goes from Serving Drinks to Serving Community

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EP172:  Zero Victim Black Americans: MLK & Booker T. Washington, The History of the "Wrecker" Tow Truck and Whiskey Distillery Goes from Serving Drinks to Serving Community

EP172: Zero Victim Black Americans: MLK & Booker T. Washington, The History of the "Wrecker" Tow Truck and Whiskey Distillery Goes from Serving Drinks to Serving Community

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