Norman Lear and Roscoe Brown; What's Causing Rising Death Rates for Middle-Aged White Americans

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Norman Lear

Norman Lear is a TV legend. Roscoe Brown is the director of CUNY’s Center for Urban Education Policy. Both are 93 years old, and both served in World War Two. Hear Lear and Brown compare their experiences in the war and the lives they’ve lived since. Plus: the University of Missouri and Yale University struggle with racial tensions; middle-age white males see rising mortality rates; a look at the business of buying and selling citizenship; and connect with Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro (CT-3).