On Second Thought For Tuesday, July 9, 2019
A federal lawsuit filed Tuesday says Georgia is discriminating against Puerto Rican driver’s license applicants. The lawsuit, filed by Kenneth Caban Gonzalez, says that his documents were seized and an inspector there made him answer questions that residents of other states did not have to answer. Dr. Amy Steigerwalt, political science professor and Jorge Vasquez of the Latino Justice Agency join On Second Thought to talk about the lawsuit.
Two CDC doctors, Paul Arguin and Chris Taylor, fell in love with making pies. They have entered and won hundreds of pie competitions. Their new cook book, The New Pie features 75 pie receipes and modern techniques to shake up the classic dessert.
The High Museum just opened an exhibit of Clarence John Laughlin's photography. This southern photographer did work for architects and government agencies alike, but his personal work made him known as the "Father of American Surrealism". On Second Thought talks to John H. Lawrence, Director of Museum Programs for the Historic New Orleans Collection and Gregory Harris, High Museum Associate Curator of Photography to hear about his life as well as the exhibit, and why the High ventured to acquire Laughlin's work.
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