Following intense criticism, President Trump signed an executive order Wednesday that ends the separation of parents and children who entered the country illegally. On today's show we explored the differences between illegal and legal immigration, detainment and internment and the role of morality and racism in immigration policy and practice.
Plus, the latest addition to the Athens-Clarke County Commission has a double life. When she’s not serving the county, Mariah Parker is a rapper under the name of Linqua Franqa. GPB’s Grant Blankenship spoke with Parker about hip hop, politics and why it's not so surprising that she can do both.
Emily Cureton, Reporter
Marie Marquardt, Scholar-in-residence, Emory University
Matthew Hashiguchi, Documentary filmmaker, "Good Luck Soup"
Ibram Kendi, Professor, American University
Christina Iturralde-Thomas, Managing editor, Kids in Need of Defense (KIND)