Poet and professor Dr. Eve L. Ewing explores Chicago's Red Summer, a week-long episode of racial violence in 1919 that claimed the lives of thirty-eight people.
Nicholas Kristof, Martha Minow, and Randall Kennedy examine what's next for US democracy, the role of teachers and education, and the future of youth civic participation. Recorded on November 12.
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