Cheryl Brown Henderson
- Chicago Ideas Week - There's a common and troubling theme that runs through our history books: Man's inhumanity to man. But in 1954, Brown v. the Board of Education of Topeka pushed back so inhumanity could be overcome. Listen as Cheryl Brown Henderson explores how her father and many others dismantled America's legal framework and sparked one of the most significant judicial turning points in the development of our nation.
Lynn M. Jackson
- Metro & More - Dred Scott Foundation - Lynne M. Jackson, president and founder of the Dred Scott Heritage Foundation in St. Louis, is the great-great granddaughter of Dred and Harriett Scott. She discusses the impact of the Dred Scott Decision and its relevance in today's race relations.
Carolyn Maul McKinstry
Keith Weldon Medley
- Little Rock Nine - Terrence Roberts, one of the original nine African-American students who desegregated Little Rock Central High School in 1957, looks back on the lessons learned about race and education in the last 50 years. Series: "Reconsidering Little Rock: 50 Years After the Start of School Integration "
Ambassador Charles Stith
- Conversations on Conflict - This video series includes highlights from Conversations on Conflict, an event that took place in Denver, Colorado, that brought together leaders with a range of perspectives to explore the possibilities for reducing and eliminating armed conflict in the 21st century.
- Many Voices: One Community - Dr. Carmaletta Williams, Executive Director for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Johnson County Community College