Award-winning journalist and author Michele Norris is one of the most recognized voices in radio. For nearly a decade, she was host of NPR's longest-running national program, All Things Considered.
Ernest Green and eight other black students made history when they were the first to integrate Central High in Arkansas following the 1954 US Supreme Court decision in Brown v. Board of Education.
Join Steve for an evening filled with laughter. He has found success as an actor, writer and producer, and his career has continued to flourish.