Charlie talks with Missouri Lottery Exec. Dir. May Scheve Reardon about Friday’s
$1/2 billion+ Mega Millions jackpot.
Anthony “Tony” Sestric talks about his new book, “57 Years: A History of the Freedom Suits in the Missouri
Courts” — a rare look at the criticial period of emancipation in Missouri. (Booksignings: Sun., June 1, 1:30P, at Carondelet Historical Society; Tues., June 26, 7:00 PM, at the Missouri Historical Society at the Missouri History Museum; and Tues., Aug. 14, at the Missouri History Museum.)
Who is responsible for Anna Brown’s death? The Rev. Larry Rice of the New Life Evangelistic Center talks about the case of Anna Brown, a homeless woman with emotional problems who went to two hospitals with severe leg pain, was then cleared by the hospitals, arrested by police and died while in police custody. (Join Rev. Rice in a march on Good Fri., Apr 6, at 10:30A, from the STL County Gov’t Building to St. Mary’s Hospital in Richmond Hts., followed by a rally at 11:45A at St. Mary’s.)
Charlie talks with Opal Henderson, whose property was taken by the City three years ago by way of eminent domain. She was awarded $1 million settlement, but has not been paid.