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‘Great Conversations’ features authors Stephen Bright and James Forman Jr. discussing criminal justice

On this episode Great Conversations, lawyer and author Stephen Bright, who grew up in Boyle County and frequently represents people facing the death penalty, discusses his book The Fear of Too Much Justice: Race, Poverty and the Persistence of Inequality in the Criminal Courts with James Forman Jr., professor of law at Yale University and author of Locking Up Our Own: Crime and Punishment in Black America.

‘Inside Louisville’ explores history of the GE Appliance Park, where many of the company’s most innovative appliances were conceived

Seventy years ago, GE Appliance Park opened in Louisville. Since then, some of the company’s most innovative appliances not only have been manufactured in Louisville, but the concepts originate here too. Today more than 7,000 employees work in the high-tech labs and state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities at GE Appliance Park that houses its own movie theater, railroad system and even its own zip code. On this episode of Inside Louisville, host Kelsey Starks talks with Kevin Nolan, president and CEO of GE Appliances, and Allison Martin, senior director of corporate citizenship & digital communications, about the company’s storied history as well as its First Build facility at UofL and its work supporting JCPS academies.