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Coming Up on Strange Fruit: Coming up on this week's episode of Strange Fruit: More disrespect from UofL President James Ramsey, who agreed to meet with students of color but didn't let them speak, then accused them of being poorly-educated by the school, and badly-raised by their mothers. WFPL Capitol Bureau Chief Ryland Barton helps us digest the results of this week's election and understand what might happen next. And Dr. Carol Anderson was in Louisville this week to deliver the 9th Annual Anne Braden Memorial Lecture, and she stopped by our studio to drop some truths about racism in America, from slavery to Ferguson - including one of the best takedowns of voter ID laws we've ever heard.

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Coming Up on Strange Fruit: Coming up on this week's episode of Strange Fruit: More disrespect from UofL President James Ramsey, who agreed to meet with students of color but didn't let them speak, then accused them of being poorly-educated by the school, and badly-raised by their mothers. WFPL Capitol Bureau Chief Ryland Barton helps us digest the results of this week's election and understand what might happen next. And Dr. Carol Anderson was in Louisville this week to deliver the 9th Annual Anne Braden Memorial Lecture, and she stopped by our studio to drop some truths about racism in America, from slavery to Ferguson - including one of the best takedowns of voter ID laws we've ever heard.

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Coming up on this week's episode of Strange Fruit: More disrespect from UofL President James Ramsey, who agreed to meet with students of color but didn't let them speak, then accused them of being poorly-educated by the school, and badly-raised by their mothers. WFPL Capitol Bureau Chief Ryland Barton helps us digest the results of this week's election and understand what might happen next. And Dr. Carol Anderson was in Louisville this week to deliver the 9th Annual Anne Braden Memorial Lecture, and she stopped by our studio to drop some truths about racism in America, from slavery to Ferguson - including one of the best takedowns of voter ID laws we've ever heard.
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