The Hamilton College professor and author of the classic text, The Unsteady March, talks about whether our nation has truly honored the legacy of those who marched for equality 50 years ago in Selma, Alabama.
The co-editors of the book SOS – Calling All Black People: A Black Arts Movement Reader share on their volume of writings from the Black Arts Movement of the 1960s and ’70s.
The bestselling author discusses his intriguing new historical novel, The 13th Disciple.
The author, poet, and Teaching Fellow at Columbia University discusses his Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Digest.
The former San Quentin State Prison Reverend discusses his journey as the correctional chaplain at one of the most notorious prisons in the country, detailed in his book Death Row Chaplain.
As Mother’s Day approaches, the mother and daughter co-authors share their journey detailed in their new book, Undivided: A Muslim Daughter, Her Christian Mother, Their Path to Peace.
The Chief Counsel for the Brennan Center for Justice at the NYU School of Law discusses his new book, Democracy in the Dark: The Seduction of Government Secrecy.
The Academy Award-nominated actress helps raise mental health awareness, and discusses her two new books, Out Came the Sun and Invisible Girl.
The Dean of the School of Social Work at the University of Texas at Austin discusses his new book, Forgotten Citizens: Deportation, Children, and the Making of American Exiles and Orphans.
The bestselling author discusses his highly anticipated new novel The Bone Tree, the latest entry into his “Southern Gothic Trilogy.”