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Mary Francis Berry spoke with Phil Glende. Berry, author of the new book “Five Dollars and a Pork Chop Sandwich: Vote Buying and the Corruption of Democracy,” was the keynote speaker at the Martin Luther King Jr. dinner at Indiana State University on Friday. Berry is a longtime activist for civil rights, gender equity and social justice. She was the chairperson of the U.S. Civil Rights Commission under President Bill Clinton and also served on the commission during the Carter administration. She spoke about developments racial and gender equality in the last 50 years, current issues such as the Black Lives Matter movement, and other topics. Mary Francis Berry: Original Air Date: January 20, 2016

State Senator Lonnie Randolph, Chairman of the Indiana Black Legislative Caucus, and leader of Senate District 2 in Lake County speaks with Greg Goode about district representation, economic development, and African American progress in our culture. Cherrish Pryor, State Representative of House District 94 in Marion County, also speaks with Greg Goode about fiscal impacts on lawmaking, budget committees, and why college is so vital for anyone interested in being in public office. Lonnie Randolph: Originally aired: April 20, 2016

Lieutenant Governor Eric Holcomb speaks with Greg Goode about the prosperous state of Indiana.
Eric Holcomb: Originally aired: May 11, 2016