Audio Included in Post. Runs 68 Minutes. Copyright ©2010 WTLC/Radio One. Several of the pioneers of Indiana Black Expo shared the history of the beginnings of the organization and event on a special Afternoons with Amos, July 1st. Interviewed were Phyllis Carr, Mary F. Logan, Bob Bernard and Alford Caldwell. They were four of the many men and women who helped create Indiana Black Expo in 1971. The four shared their remembrances of Expo, discussed the work that Rev. Andrew J. Brown, Jim Cummins and Willard Ransom did to put Black Expo on a firm spiritual, business and legal foundation. They discussed the mission of Black Expo then and how the community reacted and responded. Complete interview is above.