Program for September 24, 2020 

(Photo: Courtesy of Dr. Gerald Smith)

“We must make America what America says it is.” A new series debuts with a focus on racial justice and equality | How the pandemic is aggravating the gap between Kentucky’s rich and poor school districts | A superintendent prepares as his district moves to in-person instruction | The story of Stand, Lexington’s new monument to women who fought for the right to vote

Interviews in order of appearance: 

Tom Martin with Anna Baumann - Kentucky's rich-poor schools gap 

Tonya May with David Gilliam - A school district prepares for return to classrooms 

Gerald Smith with William Turner - Our new series on racial justice and equality 

Tom Martin with Jennifer Mossotti - The story behind "Stand," a monument to Women's Suffrage

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