Discussing the book "The Turkey Shoot: Tracking the Attica Cover-Up" (published by Grove) with the author Malcolm Bell.
Interviewing with lawyer Harry Caudill while Studs was in Kentucky.
Discussing the book "A handful of clients" and interviewing the author Elmer Gertz.
Interviewing Belinda Belcher, executive director of the Uptown People's Law Center, and guest.
Recorded live on Chicago's South Side. Robeson is ill at the time of recording. Speakers: Earl Dickerson, Etta Moten Barnett, Judge Sidney Jones, J. Mayo "Ink" Williams, Joan Brown (possibly Abena Joan Brown), Charles Hamilton, Margaret Burroughs, [John Gray's sister], [Stevens?]
In her book, “Liberty Denied: The Current Rise of Censorship in America,” Donna Demac points out that we, as a society, are not as free as we think we are. Demac can’t understand why anyone would want to keep people from reading great pieces of literature. While some groups called certain books anti-Christian, Demac said no one has ever died from reading a four-letter word.
Discussing the book "The sharing society" with the author Edward Lamb.
Civil rights activist, lawyer, and professor Derrick Bell discusses his latest work and protest against Harvard University due to their lack of diverse hiring in academics. Bell is known for his work on the concept of critical race theory and his relentless pursuit of fair treatment for his colleagues.