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Sunday, January 13

"Booker's Place, A Mississippi Story." 1960 Mississippi, Booker Wright, a black man, voiced opinions on race relations.

Bill Straus, director of the Phoenix Anti-Defamation League, and Yvette Johnson, granddaughter of Booker Wright, join Jay and Jill in studio to discuss this film and race relations in general.

Representative Tom Cotton (R, Ark) a former Army infantry officer said there is no place for women on the front lines.

What do you think? Is this an outmoded thought or does it make sense? Are women physically capable of fighting on the battle front?

Jay Lawrence, Show Host

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