Mind the Gap: Why Good Schools are Failing Black Students Nancy Solomon | 00:55:59
Suburban schools are doing a good job educating white students, but are not getting the same results with black and Latino students. Winner of a 2010 Peabody Award, this documentary tells the story of a suburban high school that is struggling to close the minority achievement gap.
Nick: Home School to High School Joe Richman/Radio Diaries | 00:16:53
Fifteen-year-old Nick shares a turbulent year in his life, growing up and trying to make friends. This touching account will take you back to the drama of high school.
Votes For Women! Sandra Sleight-Brennan | 00:58:02
2010 is the 90th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment. Award-winning producer Sandra Sleight-Brennan’s documentary uses song, interviews, re-creations of events, and comments from historians to bring the suffragists’ stories to life.
It’s Right For Me Caitlin Allen/Salt Institute for Documentary Studies | 00:06:46
Alice Loesch has lived through a century that saw some of history’s most sweeping changes in the lives of women. But Alice didn’t spend her younger years marching for the vote or fighting for rights in the workplace — she found her liberation in a more personal way.
New Tunes Summer jams
House of Blues Radio Hour: Elvin Bishop Ben Manilla | 00:59:00
Host Elwood Blues (aka Dan Aykroyd) welcomes back his old friend Elvin Bishop to talk about Red Dog Speaks, Elvin’s latest, and to reminisce about coming up in the Chicago blues scene of the ’60s. Includes music by The Allman Brothers, Johnny Winter, Paul Butterfield, Derek Trucks and more.
Series: Folk Alley WKSU | Two 00:59:00 weekly programs
Folk Alley host Jim Blum presents an eclectic mix of the best in folk, roots and Americana music from the latest releases, classics, and exclusive Folk Alley recordings. Free to a good home.
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