He's a renowned blues, Jazz and Gospel singer, plays a mean harmonica too. But that's just part of the Junius Williams story. Raised in the segregated South, the Civil Rights activist and Yale-educated attorney is best known in Newark, New Jersey where he now chairs a year-long celebration marking the city's 350th birthday.

FOX's Jane Metzler talks with Williams about that, the riots that rocked the city nearly 50 years ago and his efforts to turn protest into political action, then and now:

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