- Tutu carries on a legacy of activism
Her famous father and activist mother inspired Naomi Tutu in her work on justice and reconciliation issues. She joins Kerri Miller in the MPR studios to talk about what Africans and Americans can learn from each other about giving.9:06 a.m.
Naomi Tutu: An activist in race and gender issues and the daughter of Archbishop Desmond Tutu of South Africa. She currently is associate director of the Office of International Relations & Programs at Tennessee State University.
- NYC votes to cut out the fat
The New York City Department of Health has voted to phase out trans fats from city restaurants. Midmorning looks at what the decision could mean for food producers and consumers across the country.10:06 a.m.
Sonia Angell: Director of the Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Control Program for the New York City Board of Health.
Suzanne Vieira: Director of the culinary nutrition program at Johnson and Wales University in Rhode Island.
Sonia Garen: Senior vice president of health, safety and regulatory affairs for the National Restaurant Association.
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