July 28, 2009 – Hour 2

Families in modern America are more diverse, complicated, expansive, and unconventional than ever before. On today’s show, Marc sat down with author Rebecca Walker, daughter of famous novelist Alice Walker, to discuss her latest work One Big Happy Family.  This new book is a compilation of essays which serves to smash class, race and gender stereotypes to collectively demonstrate the fluidity of the contemporary family unit.

For more information about today’s guest, Rebecca Walker, visit www.rebeccawalker.com.

This show is a rebroadcast. Click here to listen to the podcast on the original show page.