Why Obama's 2nd Term Should Be All About Taking on MLK's Anti-Poverty Crusade
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And then we’re starting our tour tomorrow night at Butler University in Indianapolis, going to colleges and universities for the next week or two, trying to get young people engaged on this very issue of making poverty a priority in the nation. AFutureWithoutPoverty.com is where you can get all the details.
AMY GOODMAN: Tavis Smiley, I want to thank you for being with us, a television/radio broadcaster on public television and radio, New York Times best-selling author. Tonight at George Washington University, a summit on poverty.
That does it for our show. On Monday, we’ll be broadcasting live from the capital on Martin Luther King Day and the inauguration. We’ll be broadcasting from 8:00 Eastern Standard Time, our regular start time for Democracy Now!, right through 1:00, broadcasting the inaugural ceremonies and bringing in different voices from all over this country. Check out democracynow.org.