Premiere Season at River Campus, Law Enforcement Memorial, Cape County Slavery Topics of ‘Going Public’

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“Going Public” airs every Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. on 90.9 FM, KRCU and 88.9 FM, KSEF.

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo.,

May 11, 2007 – The premiere season at River Campus will be the topic at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 13, on Southeast Public Radio’s “Going Public” program.

Dr. Gary Miller, director of the School of Visual and Performing Arts, and Bob Cerchio, assistant director of the School, will be the guests. The two will discuss productions scheduled at River Campus for 2007-2008 and season ticket sales which begin Monday, May 14.

Other guests on the show will be Ruth Dockins, Capt. Roger Fields and Bob White.

Dockins is secretary of the Seniors and Lawmen Together council (SALT) and Roger Fields is a captain in the Cape Girardeau Police Department. They will discuss Friday’s 10th Annual Law Enforcement Memorial that honors Southeast Missouri law enforcement officers who were lost in the line of duty.

White is a retired Southeast Missouri State University history professor. He will talk about his latest book, Invisible Chains: Slavery in Cape Girardeau County.

This week’s “Going Public” is hosted by Chris Schnell and Jacob McCleland. The program airs every Sunday afternoon at 3 p.m. on 90.9 FM, KRCU and 88.9 FM, KSEF.

“Going Public” podcasts are available on www.southeastpublicradio.org.