Monday, August 31- We commemorate the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina with rebroadcasts of two interviews: New Orleans reporter Mark Lisheron reminisces about the challenge of covering such a disaster. Also, Christopher Cooper explores the reasons behind FEMA's disastrous failure in his book "Disaster: Hurricane Katrina and the Failure of homeland Security."
Tuesday, September 1- Continuing our observance of the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, we speak with the director of an extraordinary documentary about the disaster titled Witness: Katrina, which is comprised entirely of first-person video taken by citizens of New Orleans who experienced the disaster first hand.
Wednesday, September 2- 50 years after the Voting Rights Act was passed, we rebroadcast our interview with the author of "Jimmie Lee and James: Two Lives, Two Deaths, and the Movement that Changed America." The book explores two murders that helped galvanize public support for the Voting RIghts Act.
Thursday, September 3- 2015 is the 40th anniversary year of America's desperate withdrawal from Saigon, we rebroadcast a conversation with Tom Claven, the author of "Last Men Out."
Friday, September 4- Gateway Technical College President Bryan Albrecht pays his monthly visit to the program.