- Corey Flintoff, back from Iraq
National Public Radio's Corey Flintoff is back from a month-long reporting trip to Baghdad. He explains what he saw and the challenges of reporting from a war zone.11:06 a.m.
Corey Flintoff: National Public Radio newscaster and reporter. Flintoff has been with NPR for nearly 15 years.
- Four perspectives on the civil rights movement
An author, an activist, a teacher and a former vice president of the United States gathered recently to discuss the legacy of the civil rights movement at the Children's Theatre Company of Minneapolis.12:06 p.m.
Christopher Paul Curtis: Author of "The Watsons Go to Birmingham, 1963," and other books of young adult fiction.
Josie Johnson: Long-time Minnesota civil rights activist. Johnson was the first African-American elected to the University of Minnesota Borad of Regents.
Lee-Ann Stephens: 2006 Minnesota Teacher of the Year. Stephens teaches English language arts to fifth and sixth graders at Park Spanish Immersion school in St. Louis Park.
Walter Mondale: Vice president of the United States: 1977-81.
Stephen Smith: Moderator. Smith is the executive editor of American RadioWorks, the documentary unit of American Public Media.
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