A Retired Teacher's Journey To Alaska In Search Of A Place With No Barriers
It’s been a little more than a year since retired Cleveland school teacher Ted Carter moved to Alaska.
It was the capstone of what he says was a lifelong quest to overcome barriers he’d experienced as a young Black man growing up in one of Cleveland’s most segregated neighborhoods.
Justin Glanville from WCPN ideastream has his story.
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