Program for December 3, 2020 

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An update from the co-chairs of the Lexington Commission for Racial Justice and Equality | The rise of Black philanthropy in Lexington | The University Press of Kentucky, under new leadership in a changing media landscape | Series debut: The Ethics and Virtues of a Democratic Society 

Interviews in order of appearance: 

Tom Martin with Commission for Racial Justice & Equality co-chairs Gerald Smith and Roszalyn Akins - LISTEN 

Tom Martin with Lexington Black Prosperity Initiative co-chair, Lisa Higgins-Hord - LISTEN 

Tom Eblen with University Press of Kentucky Director Ashley Runyon - LISTEN 

NEW SERIES: Ethics and Virtues of Democracy host Jim Trimble with Asbury University Assoc. Professor of Philosophy, Claire Peterson - LISTEN

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