When the new Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum makes its debut in September, it'll feature some powerful and emotional displays.
When Ashley Franks got pregnant with her son, her grandfather kicked her out of the house. She didn’t know where to go. So she lived out of her car throughout the pregnancy. “Daily life [when living in the car] is trying to find a place to take a shower, make sure that your hygiene is kept up, make sure that your vehicle is running properly, because that’s all you have,” Franks says.
KERA's Bill Zeeble takes a tour of the first installations.
Roger Sedjo joins us to talk about global warming as two parallel tracks: One focused on slowing global warming and another planning for its inevitability. His new book is called “Surviving Global Warming: Why Eliminating Greenhouse Gases Isn't Enough."
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