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In part three of rolling out‘s discussion with Chicago hip-hop pioneer and teaching poet Geoffrey “Dr. Groove” Watts, he discusses how the women he encountered on the train helped to professionalize his approach to his ministry. He talks about how Black Pullman Porters used to provide information to other Black people in need of assistance, and how he views his work as a continuation of that legacy.


Geoffrey ‘Dr. Groove’ Watts discusses women, professionalism, and the legacy of the Pullman Porters, part 3