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Civil rights activist, math educator, and community organizer Robert Moses.
2014 Election Wrap Up.
Former United States Ambassador Janice Jacobs.
Author David Zweig.
A conversation with author, journalist, and historian Taylor Pensoneau.
U.S. House of Representatives in Illinois' 12 Congressional District Debate on 10/8/14.
Geoff Partlow, Author of America's Deadliest Twister, The Tri-State Tornado of 1925.
SIU President Randy Dunn
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John Oldfield, CEO of WASH Advocates and Patti Simon talk clean water issues in the world.
Discussion between the candidates running for the 115th Illinois House of Representatives.
Former U.S. Congressman Ken Gray from a 1991 Episode of Emphasis on WSIU-TV.
Author/Blogger Patti Digh talks about her book "Life is a Verb".
Area lawmakers react to recently completed spring 2014 legislative session.
Murphysboro has the first dog park in southern Illinois.
Behesha Doan, founder and chief trainer at Extreme K-9.
Author Herb Russell
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