When a quarter million people marched on Washington in 1963, the city shut down, and police and military were on guard in case of rioting. Fifty years later, a minister, a photographer, a ranger, and a student turned activist remember it as one of the greatest moments of their lives.
We've been following Al-Ghizzawi, a Guantanamo detainee, through his lawyer, Candace Gorman. Al-Ghizzawi was a shopkeeper who was picked up in Afghanistan and turned over to the U.S. for a bounty. Now after eight years in Guantanamo, he is a free man. Also in this episode, Ahmed's Diary and diabetes researcher Ed Damiano.
Luci Baines Johnson was 13 when her dad ran as the running mate of John F. Kennedy in the 1960 presidential election. The circumstances of her father’s swearing in were tragic, so when Luci and her sister moved into the White House, it was without much enthusiasm.
In the past few weeks, 19 candidates have announced that they are running for president of the United States. Most of them will wind up spending millions of dollars and exposing themselves and their families to the kind of scrutiny that most of us could never even imagine. In the end, all but one of them will have to face the fact that they lost. So why do they do it?Dick Gordon talks with Gary bauer. Bauer was a long shot candidate in 2000.