LSU Board of Supervisors current member Collis Temple and former member Rolfe McCollister discuss the future of Rouses’ business with LSU. Mary Stein with the EBR Library System on how the system will celebrate Black History Month.
New LSU Board of Supervisors member Collis Temple on his appointment by the Governor, and his experiences as LSU’s first black basketball player. Franklinton Representative Beth Mizell discusses legislation awaiting the Governor’s signature that would expand rural broadband opportunities.
African-American activists Darrell Glasper and Collis Temple discuss President Trump's statements directed at Black Americans. Glasper and Temple were college basketball stars at Southern and LSU, respectively. Glasper, a Republican, is a former baton Rouge Metro Councilman. Temple, a Democrat, is a prominent businessman and integrated the LSU basketball program in 1970.
Ron Fein, Legal Director for Free Speech for People, analyzes the prospect of impeachment proceedings against President Trump.
Musician Leesa Gentz of the Hussy Hicks on the Australian group's performance in Baton Rouge.