In The Moment... February 28, 2017 Show 039 Hour 1
We begin the hour with Adam Grant. He’s the author of "Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World." The book is a New York Times bestseller and NPR and Amazon best book of 2016, now available in paperback. " It’s a conversation about the trailblazers, the ground-breakers, and those among us who re-imagine and re-create everything from technology to their own careers.
- This segment starts at the beginning.
Next we revisit a post-election conversation with historian Jon Lauck about the rural-urban divide in the 2016 presidential election. As we look ahead to tonight’s presidential address to Congress, we first revisit the voters who election President Trump and contemplate how he speaks to those voters today.
- This segment starts at 22:03.
Jesse Bailey, executive director of Pathways Shelter for the Homeless in Yankton is with us for a conversation about the hidden nature of rural homelessness and what one shelter is doing to get people off the streets and back on their feet. The shelter’s numbers doubled from 2015 to 2016.
- This segment starts at 37:44.