Liz Saint John interviews three guests every Sunday morning covering a variety of issues and topics. She talks with representatives from Bay Area non-profit organizations, documentary filmmakers, authors, and professors.

1. Linda Harrison, Executive Director of the Museum of the African Diaspora, talks about the history of the museum, the exhibits, the educational opportunities for school kids and teachers, volunteer opportunities, MoaAD in the Neighborhood, (the summer traveling exhibits and programs while the museum is renovated), and the grand re-opening in October 2014.

2. Attorneys David Boies and Theodore Olson talks about their successful fight to get Prop 8, the ban on same-sex marriage, struck down. They explain how they came together to take the case, how they found the best plaintiffs, the preparation, and the various court battles, ending in the Supreme Court case. The book chronicling their journey is Redeeming the Dream: The Case for Marriage Equality.

3. Part two of the interview with David Boies and Theodore Olson, the attorneys who fought for marriage equality and won.

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