Season 10 - 2012-2013 Robert Bain, Activist, art collector and show curator of the traveling art exhibition, "Literacy Within Reach." Barnes Foundation: Part 1 of 2, An interview with Barnes Foundation Executive Director Derek Gillman about its new home on the Ben Franklin Parkway in Center City, Philadelphia. Barnes Foundation: Part 2 of 2, A tour of the collection with Chief Curator Judith F. Dolkart. Dolkart and a discussion of individual paintings and the philosophy behind their arrangement and presentation. Kriner Cash, Longtime education and civil rights advocate, Dr. Kriner Cash, Superintendent of Memphis City Schools from 2008 through early 2013. Lise Funderburg, author of two works of non-fiction: Black, White, Other: Biracial Americans Talk About Race and Identity and Pig Candy: Taking My Father South, Taking My Father Home: A Memoir. Brenda Joysmith, artist and gallery owner. Joysmith's work places special focus on African-American culture, and has been collected by Oprah Winfrey, Bill Cosby, and others. Hsiang-te Kung, Director of the Confucius Institute at the University of Memphis and a 75th-generation descendant of Confucius. National Civil Rights Museum: Part 1 of 2, A look at the early years of the Civil Rights Movement from the former site of the Lorraine Motel, where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated in 1968. National Civil Rights Museum: Part 2 of 2, A captivating discussion about equal rights and a tour of such artifacts as the preserved hotel room where Dr. King last slept and the actual bus where Rosa Parks refused her seat in protest against segregation. Nile Rodgers: Part 1 of 2, musician, producer, composer, author, and philanthropist who produced such albums as Sister Sledge’s We Are Family; Diana Ross’ Diana; David Bowie’s Let’s Dance; Madonna’s Like a Virgin; and Duran Duran’s Notorious. Nile Rodgers: Part 2 of 2, focuses on how Rodgers rose to the status of music-industry legend. He recounts fascinating anecdotes about his personal and professional involvement with pop music celebrities over the last several decades Steven Rea, journalist, film critic, poet, and writer Jessica Wapner, healthcare writer and author of “The Philadelphia Chromosome: A Mutant Gene and the Quest to Cure Cancer at the Genetic Level.” The Drexel InterView episodes may not be distributed or broadcast on other media without the express written consent of Drexel University.