When history is written by the winners, it is always worthwhile to honor those whose stories are buried or forgotten. “Once in a Blood Moon” reframes American history and delves into the often undervalued influence African-Americans had on building the country we know and love today.

Host Becky Parker Geist speaks with award-winning author Dorothea Bonneau about her characters, inspiration, and the 15 years of research into black history that went into her book.

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  • About the characters, inspiration, and the 15 years of research into black history in America that went into “Once in a Blood Moon”

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