Margaret Blair Young is an American author and filmmaker. She also taught for thirty years at Brigham Young University. She’s written with Darius Grey about early black Latter-day Saints and her latest project is a film about more recent black converts in Africa. The film is called Heart of Africa. Young is also a swimmer. And swimming has become a powerful metaphor for her life. Fresh off the plane after her most recent stay in DR Congo, Blair sits down with Terryl Givens...