Lewis Myers, Civil and Criminal Rights Attorney and Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at Chicago State University, provides thoughtful, probing insights into the aesthetics of teaching, the optimal student qualities for studying in this field, the pervasiveness of gang relationships on CSU's own student body, and the powerful responsibilities of Criminal Justice students at CSU and the University itself to the community that surrounds it! It could easily be the most passionate and best overall interview given by a Professor in the making of this series!

South Africa; 2000 Johannesburg, Durbin, Pretoria, Cape Town as a part of a Special Delegation with Rev. Jesse Jackson to discuss minority communications with government leaders in Africa. Met with Thabo Mbeki, then President of South Africa as a part of Rev. Jackson’s Delegation and visited Robben Island the place of imprisonment of Nelson Mandela for more than 25 years.