Gwen Ifill looks at a new brand of soul music in the spotlight.
Essayist Richard Rodriguez of the Pacific News Service considers the power of memory.
Roger Rosenblatt contemplates the common man.
Former poet laureate Robert Pinsky reads a holiday poem by Emily Dickinson.
Former Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky reads a William Wordsworth poem about the Olympics.
Essayist Clarence Page of Chicago Tribune shares his thoughts on leadership in celebration of Black History Month.
Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor discusses her new autobiography Lazy B with senior correspondent Gwen Ifill.
A poetic tribute to Langston Hughes, who was born a hundred years ago Friday.
Essayist Roger Rosenblatt considers the impact of censorship.
New Attitude Essayist Clarence Page of The Chicago Tribune profiles a new American attitude.
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