Today, the remarkable story of the people who inhabited Chaco Canyon in the Southwest. The canyon is a harsh, unpredictable environment, but the Anasazi who lived there managed to build spectacular dwellings and a very sophisticated society -- before they mysteriously disappeared 800 years ago. Also, Judge Robert L. Carter, formerly of the NAACP, gives the insider's perspective on the fight against segregation in the US. Adrienne Miller shares her debut novel, The Coast of Akron. We'll also find out how to cook delicious, healthy meals using just three ingredients.
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