Segment 2 - An interview with 17-year old Nia Caldwell, who penned a "thank you" letter to former President Barack Obama that was published in USA Today. The Kinkaid School student writes that Mr. Obama was an inspiration that encouraged young people like herself to pursue their passions and dreams unabashedly and will continue to inspire millions. Caldwell is a junior at Kinkaid.
Segment 3 - Larry Callies discusses the history of the black cowboy, which he says has origins in his native Fort Bend County. He says the first cowboys were black and the word "cowboy" comes from slaves. Callies is a working cowboy and is on a quest to build a Black Cowboy Museum in Rosenberg. Hear how you can help.
Segment 4 - A profile of Raye Montague, an 82-year old former Naval Engineer, who is credited with revolutionizing the design of all naval ships and submarines via the use of a computer. Montague is a native of Little Rock and the segregated south. She was not only the only woman in her male-dominated field during her time in the Navy, but the only African American, as well.