On Food Friday we explore the past, present and future of African American cuisine. Then ahead of Veterans Day, we talk with the author of a book about continued efforts to locate and bring back soldiers missing from the Vietnam War. And we talk about Thursday’s legislative special session on gun regulations.
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Food Friday: 'Jubliee' Brings Us Recipes From Two Centuries Of African American Cooking
We talk to an award-winning food and nutrition journalist about her new cookbook “Jubilee: Recipes From Two Centuries Of African American Cooking.”
Governor's Special Session On Gun Laws Sidestepped By State Republicans
Last month, Democratic Governor Tony Evers called on the state Assembly and Senate to hold a special session to vote on two gun control bills. Republican lawmakers bypassed the special session Thursday by opening and quickly closing the session. We’ll talk to a reporter to learn more about what happened and where those bills go from here.
Inside The Effort To Bring Home America's Missing Vietnam Soldiers
Nearly 1,600 Americans that fought in the Vietnam War are still considered missing, but attempts to locate and bring them home continue. We talk with the author of a book that explores how new technologies and the determination of military families help keep the effort going.
- Rob Ferrett Host
- Rachael Vasquez Producer
- J. Carlisle Larsen Producer
- Dean Knetter Producer
- Toni Tipton-Martin Guest
- Patrick Marley Guest
- Sarah Wagner Guest
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