Sat, 22 February 2014
We start out hearing from long time civil rights attorney, Howard Feinstein about his new book, Fire in the Bayou. Then we move to hearing from Evangeline Moore about the murder of Ms. Moore's parents by the Klan in 1951, and her search for justice. Next up we get the inside scoop about the Dunn trial and the need to end Stand Your Ground laws. And we close the show hearing from Joan Williams about her new book, What Works for Women at Work.
*Special guests include: Howard Feinstein, civil rights attorney and author of Fire on the Bayou; Evangeline Moore; Esther Armah, regular MSNBC commentator, international journalist, playwright and national best-selling author; Joan Williams, professor and best-selling author, most recently of What Works For Women At Work.