As Martin Luther King Day approaches, a conversation with one who knew him well: civil rights activist and organizer, scholar and minister, Bernard Lafayette. Dr. Lafayette is Gerald Smith's guest for this latest edition in his series on racial justice and equality. | For the latest in his series on Kentucky literature, Tom Eblen interviews Randolph Runyon about his account of one man's pursuit of justice over violence and racism in the nineteenth century, "The Assault on Elisha Green: Race and Religion in a Kentucky Community." | Listen to the story of a remarkable Kentucky woman. Tom Martin talks with Terry Birdwhistell and Donald Ritchie, co-authors of "Washington's Iron Butterfly: Bess Clements Abell, an Oral History."