New York Magazine architecture critic and Pulitzer Prize-winner Justin Davidson discusses the potential rise of the “mile-high building” with anchor Jack Ford and what it means for the city and people on the streets below.
In a Listening In segment, Chelsea Clinton, vice chair of the Clinton Foundation, discusses women’s rights with Nightline co-anchor Juju Chang at a Council on Foreign Relations event called Women’s Rights as Human Rights: The Path to Full Participation.
Author Arlene Alda talks with host Rafael Pi Roman about the childhood stories she collected from noteworthy Bronx natives from Al Pacino to Colin Powell for her book Just Kids From the Bronx: Telling it the Way it Was, an Oral History.
And esteemed Lincoln scholar and author Harold Holzer shares insights on the 16th president from his recent book Lincoln and the Power of the Press, plus highlights from the New-York Historical Society’s exhibit Lincoln and the Jews.
Originally aired 5/21