Honoring A Remarkable Life
“Clem Price: A Celebration,” a special episode of the award-winning Due Process program, is now available for viewing at http://dueprocesstv.rutgers.edu./episodes.php?id=376
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The multifaceted life of Dr. Clement A. Price will be remembered and honored in a special televised program, “Clem Price: A Celebration,” a special episode of the award-winning Due Process program.
The program, which honors the multifaceted life of Dr. Clement A. Price, originally aired several times in January on both WNET and NJTV, New Jersey Public Television. The entire episode can now be viewed online.
Co-producers Sandra King and Raymond Brown hosted the “tribute to an extraordinary public figure and exemplary private man,” who was “a voice of reason, an inspirational teacher, the people's historian, Newark's quiet activist,” as well as “a great friend and adviser to Due Process.” Helping to remember Clement Price were two friends and colleagues: RU-Newark Chancellor Nancy Cantor and Vice Chancellor Marcia Brown.
Price, who passed away in November, was “Newark's official historian, Rutgers University-Newark's distinguished professor, New Jersey's public intellectual and a nationally recognized figure in the arts, the academy, and the humanities.”
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