At the 9:20 mark we talk with Suzanne Tomerlin of the Hill Country Crisis Council to discuss the National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. 

At the 27:00 mark we talk with The Texas Center at Schreiner University's Donald Frazier, who is the executive director of the program, and visiting scholar Richard Bruce Winders about Texas history. Both men are noted for their work on the subject. 

Before developing the Alamo into one of the most visited historic sites in the United States—more than 1.6 million people a year—Winders was a veteran classroom teacher. “What I discovered is that lots of people love history,” he said, “they just hate classrooms.” His experience in the sphere of “public history” has literally shaped several generations of Texans and their relationship with the Alamo story.

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