Thursday on Lake Effect: James Cameron's Legacy, Astronomy, Finger-Style Guitarist Adam Rafferty
Thursday on Lake Effect:
We remember the story of James Cameron, who survived a lynching in Indiana in 1930 and later settled in Milwaukee. Later, astronomy contributor Jean Creighton talks about how she taps into the natural curiosity of people about her field, and we hear an in-studio performance from the finger-style guitarist Adam Rafferty.
- Reggie Jackson & Fran Kaplan, America’s Black Holocaust Museum
- Jean Creighton, astronomy contributor
- Adam Rafferty, finger-style guitarist