PRESS AND MEDIA APPEARANCES

 

 

The Morning Show with Ann Varnum

WTVY Channel 4, Dothan, Alabama 2001
Researching my African American History.

a. Documenting oral histories.  

b. Keep all documentation in file folders as well on computer hard drive.
c. Visit courthouses in areas of interest. Search deeds, old newspapers, court minutes, tax digests (slaves were considered property), birth and marriage records.
d. Searching census records
e. The brick wall for African Americans

 

February 2004 "Shaking My Tree" book release
a. Gathering information to compile family histories and everyday lives in the communities in which they lived.
b. Early Houston, Henry and Dale County, Alabama communities

 

The Wiregrass Times Newspaper 

Dothan, Alabama
December 18, 2003
Article-lntroducing the release of first book titled; "Shaking My Tree" intertwining lives of the Pittman, Peoples, Callins, and Hodge's"

 

The Dothan Eagle Newspaper
Dothan, Alabama
February 6,2004
Article titled, "Georgia author documents history of numerous African-American families in Wiregrass".

 

"Legends of the Fall"
Stage Peformance, Chipley, Florida
March 28,2010
in Foster Folly Newspaper and the Chipley Bugle.

 

The Troy Messenger
Troy, Alabama
September 10, 2010
Article titled, "Documentary tells sharecroppers story".

 

 

The Dothan Eagle Newspaper

Dothan, Alabama

November 11, 2016

Article titled, "Film on Black History Shown at Troy,Dothan"

 

 

WDHN TV Channel 18, Valencia E. Jones, Reporter 

November 11, 2016

Tumbleton Road Film Captures a Dothan Writers Ancestral Roots

http://www.dothanfirst.com/news/tumbleton-road-film-captures-a-dothan-writers-ancestral-roots?searchType=ALL&compId=608252314#.WDNfSsM1P4M.facebook

 

Tallahassee Magazine

May-June,2016

Article titled "Time and Travis Travel" by Steve Bornhoft

http://www.tallahasseemagazine.com/May-June-2016/Time-and-Travis-Travel/#.WDUDCKOcz40.facebook

 

Absolutely Alabama

September 10th, 2017

http://www.wbrc.com/clip/13684856/absolutely-alabama-tumbleton-road

 

Dothan Eagle

Dothan, Alabama

April 7th, 2018

Faye Walker Howell discusses the upcoming CBS 60 Minutes episode which will feature she, Oprah Winfrey and Bryan Stevenson as they discuss the legacy of lynching.

 

The News-Herald

Panama City, Florida

April 7th, 2018

Faye Walker Howell discusses the upcoming CBS 60 Minutes episode which will feature she, Oprah Winfrey and Bryan Stevenson as they discuss the legacy of lynching.

 

60 Minutes, CBS

April 8th, 2018

Discussed the legacy of lynching with Oprah Winfrey and Bryan Stevenson who is the founder and Executive Director of the Equal Justice Initiative. Produced by Denise Cetta and Megan Kelty.

Video: *MUST BE A CBS ALL ACCESS SUBSCRIBER TO VIEW* The Legacy of Lynching: https://www.cbsnews.com/video/hacking-democracy-the-legacy-of-lynching-the-harvard-lampoon/

 

HERE AND NOW, NPR RADIO 

WBUR RADIO, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS

April 25th, 2018

Robin Young interviews Faye Walker Howell in accordance with the opening of the National Memorial for Peace and Justice: http://www.wbur.org/hereandnow/2018/04/25/lynching-victim-relative-memorial