Monday, Apr 06 12 p.m. (ET)

Voting Rights for DC: The Legal Questions

Legal experts may disagree on the constitutionality of the DC Voting Rights legislation likely to pass the US House of Represents this spring. But legal experts agree on one thing: any bill passed is going directly to the Supreme Court...

Monday, Apr 06 12:30 p.m. (ET)

Walter Mosely

After 11 best-sellers, many people couldn't imagine what Walter Mosley would write about after retiring his beloved character of Easy Rawlins. We hear how the social commentary and hard-boiled lives continue to intrigue in Mosley's newest...

Monday, Apr 06 1 p.m. (ET)

Outsiders, Insiders and the Modern Workplace

Being the odd man out can make for awkward moments at a cocktail party. But a new study finds that outsiders may be the most valuable people in a workplace -- even when we think they're causing office strife. Join Kojo as we talk about the...

Monday, Apr 06 1:45 p.m. (ET)

“Sin Nombre”

The new feature film "Sin Nombre" (Spanish for "unnamed"), provides a unique window on transnational immigration. The film follows two young people bound for the U.S. as they stow away on top of a hazardous freight train. Filmmaker Cary...

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