by Andrew Young and Kabir Sehgal
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A civil rights leader and former aide to Martin Luther King, Jr. discusses racism, civil rights, justice, leadership and the American Dream with his godson.
May 11, 2010 Martin Amis' newest is part Decameron, part Big Chill, as twenty-somethings in an Italian castle navigate the sexual revolution. Laura Bush navigates her way from Midland, Texas, to a life in the White House. A miraculously preserved 18th-century rabbi reanimates (oy gevalt!) in Memphis. And civil rights legend Andrew Young passes life lessons to his godson.
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