Sept. 16, 2022
Bass Reeves was the first African American Deputy US Marshal appointed West of The Mississippi. He apprehended more than 3000 fugitives in the Oklahoma Territory and the West. Charlie sets the record straight about the role …
Aug. 16, 2022
Achieving racial equity in a large high school as the student body grew from 8% black and brown to 30%.
July 29, 2022
David discusses the sequel to his award winning novel Upon this Rock. He has taken up residence in Grazalema, Spain, one of Spain’s “Pueblo’s Blanco’s.”
July 19, 2022
Adam White's debut novel is a national bestseller and is featured as a New York Times Editor's Choice book. A crime drama set in small town Maine, it contrasts the fortunes of two very different families. One has become very…
June 14, 2022
A mystery set in Sacramento. Multilayered plot lines with finely drawn characters from award winning author Kris Calvin.
May 31, 2022
Four iconic black black women - Lena Horne, Moms Mabley, Memphis Minnie, Yolande DuBois Williams - are profiled and how they found pleasure in their public and private lives.
May 25, 2022
Lara Bazelon demolishes some of the popular myths around working Moms: the work/life balance, the selfless mother, and toxic female ambition. Both a memoir and a series of interviews with career women, Lara backs her argume…
May 7, 2022
A tale of sunshine being the best disinfectant for Russian money laundering and corruption.
April 20, 2022
The History of GCHQ, the most secretive intelligence agency in the world.
April 6, 2022
Buzzy Martin taught guitar to the convicts at San Quentin Prison for three years and shows how music can transform lives, even for hardened criminals. The book and soon to be released motion picture present a compelling mess…
March 11, 2022
US Universities are still impacted by many policy changes that had their roots in the turbulent ‘60s. The Promise was to provide high quality very affordable college education to foster upward social and economic mobility.