Midday examines the future of the Minneapolis Public School system with guests Bill Green, Chairman of the Minneapolis School Board and Gary Sudduth, President of the Minneapolis Urban League. Listeners call in with questions.
Midday examines the ways segregation is affecting life in the Twin Cities. Guests are George Latimer, former official with the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and former St. Paul mayor, and also Vivian Jenkins Nelson, president and CEO of Inter-Race.
Midday discusses saving for retirement with guests Jean Johnson, Senior Vice President for Programs at Public Agenda, a research group in New York, and Minnesota Public Radio's Senior Business and Economics Editor Chris Farrell. Listeners call in with questions.
Midday discussion with the four legislative leaders from the state capitol: Senate Majority Leader Roger Moe, Senate Minority Leader Dean Johnson, House Speaker Phil Carruthers and House Minority Leader Steve Sviggum. Listeners call in with questions.
Midday looks at the President's Summit on America's Future, which calls upon volunteers. Guest is Jim Kielsmaier, president of the National Youth Leadership Council which is based in the Twin Cities. Kielsmaier is in Philadelphia for the summit. Listeners call in with questions.