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Thursday, Jan 24 12 p.m. (ET)

What’s In This “Meat”?

Virginia is considering legislation that would regulate the use of the word "meat" on food labels. Critics say this is a violation of free speech rights. But if there is no regulation, will food labels leave consumers asking "what's in this meat?"

Journalist Dorothy Butler Gilliam at the Washington Post.

Journalist Dorothy Butler Gilliam at the Washington Post.

Thursday, Jan 24 12:20 p.m. (ET)

Are There Enough Black Reporters Covering D.C.?

Nearly sixty years ago, Dorothy Gilliam became the Washington Post's first black female reporter. What has changed since the start of her career and how can local news outlets better reflect the communities they cover?

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Judy Richardson (center) with other SNCC staff workers, including Joyce Ladner (to left of Richardson, talking to John Lewis, whose head is shown behind Ladner), during a sit-in at the Toddle House restaurant, shortly before their arrest  (Atlanta, December 1963).

Judy Richardson (center) with other SNCC staff workers, including Joyce Ladner (to left of Richardson, talking to John Lewis, whose head is shown behind Ladner), during a sit-in at the Toddle House restaurant, shortly before their arrest (Atlanta, December 1963).

Monday, Jan 21 12:20 p.m. (ET)

Beyond MLK: Teaching The Civil Rights Movement

How are local teachers covering the civil rights movement? We talk with educators and a student about how lessons from the past inform their lives today.

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