06/07 Tuesday: Black Republicans, Old State Capitol, Education and Government, Muhammad Ali, Trump's Remarks about judge

HOUR ONE

Corey D. Fields

A professor of Sociology from Stanford University, Fields discusses Black Republicans and their impact on voting in different states.

Mary Durusau

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As the Director of Museums, Durusau joins the show briefly to give updates on what is going on at the Old State Capitol. LSU Historian Gaines Foster analyzes the 2016 campaign with a historical perspective on June 7 at 5:30.

Noel Hammatt

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Noel Hammatt is an independent researcher and former board member of the Baton Rouge public school board. He joins the show to talk about the bills that relate to education in Louisiana being discussed in the session.

HOUR TWO

Mark Kram Jr.

 Kram's father wrote many stories about Muhammad Ali during his sports writing career.  Kram Jr. remembers the great Muhammad Ali and his impact on history as well as sports.

Michael Wolf

Attorney Michael Wolf discusses the controversial, racist remarks that were made by Donald Trump about a federal judge.