Featured on the September 5th, 2019 edition of ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT with host Mark McLemore:
- Will the Tucson Unified School District be adopting a new approach to sex education? AZPM education reporter Duncan Moon provides a preview of the school board’s upcoming vote, and highlights the public opinions that have been shared by concerned citizens.
- Do preparing food and writing poetry share similarities? Mark visits “Come to the Table” the current exhibit at the University of Arizona Poetry Center that focuses on the ways that poetry and food compliment each other. Wren Awry, an education coordinator at the Poetry Center, reads "Baked Goods" by Aimee Nezhukumatathil.
- Meet Chris and David, a sister and brother who had given up talking about politics because it too often would lead to arguments. Find out why they decided to discuss their differences on neutral ground as part of StoryCorps’ “One Small Step” program. You can find more One Small Step" conversations here.
- Between the all-too frequent headlines about gun violence in America, film essayist Chris Dashiell revisits the unnerving movie called Targets, which he finds just as relevant today as when it was made fifty-one years ago.