Nolan Richardson coached the Arkansas Razorbacks to several Final Fours and one NCAA national championship in 1994. But as successful as his career has been, Coach Richardson says he's faced racial discrimination at every step of the way. Also in this show: A Losing Season
Many first-year college students are now getting used to living without their parents for the first time. But freshman Alana Osaki has been living without her parents for most of her life. Alana was sent to foster care when she was five years old.
There was talk in 2010 that the All American Soap Box Derby in Akron Ohio, might end its 75 year tradition of hosting the national event. The organizers were in debt. The bank called a loan. Now a group of Akron’s business leaders are putting together new funding to keep next month’s event alive
As Barack Obama becomes the first African American President of the United States, Dick Gordon talks to another black leader who was a first - on the football field.Also in this episode, a post-election cleanup.
Mack Cleveland was recruited by college basketball powerhouses like Arizona and Michigan State. But he couldn't get along with his coaches and was benched for much of his senior season. He played college ball, but lost his chance to play for the NBA. Mack has found his calling now in working with kids who have the same issues he had. One of the young prospects Mack has helped is Ivan Johnson. Also in this epsiode: photographer Art Shay.