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Tuesday, September 25th: Dan Moldea, Lawrence Goldstone, Tammy Lynn Stoner


Investigative Reporter Dan Moldea assesses the embattled nomination of U.S. Supreme Court aspirant Brett Kavanaugh. Moldea says he met secretly with Kavanaugh when the then 33-year-old lawyer was top assistant to Ken Starr in the investigation into President Clinton’s relationship with Monica Lewinsky. Author Lawrence Goldstone discusses his book “Unpunished Murder, Massacre at Colfax and the Quest for Justice.” This is the account about the death of more than 100 unarmed African-Americans in Grant Parish. Author Tammy Lynn Stoner talks about her book, “Sugarland.” This is the story of a female prison cook at a penitentiary in 1923. 

Lawrence Goldstone on the Colfax Massacre.
Tammy Stoner on her work of fiction about a lesbian dishwasher in a Texas penitentiary in 1923.

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