Please tune in on Thursday, February 23, 2017 when host Barbara Ehrentreu welcomes two amazing guests. One is Susan Strecker, bestselling author of Nowhere Girl and Amy Leigh McCorkle, an up and coming filmmaker who will be talking about her new films: Broken and Black Gold: The Trail to Standing Rock. Quoting from the Press Release: "Black Gold: The Trail to Standing Rock is an indictment of just how far the oil industry and banks will go for the bottom line. This is the story behind the tragedy at Standing Rock that came to a horrific conclusion that saw the water protectors burning their shelters and cars rather than be raided by the militarized police and the arrest of all remaining protestors on Feb. 22. Including the press which was caught up in this. Women were the last remaining protestors and were all arrested. Black Gold tells the story of what went on behind closed door(s) and what led up to the biggest and longest protest of its kind in the history of the United States. And the price we all pay when (we) stand up for the truth." As usual, we will be branching off into other subjects in the second hour of the show and you will be able to ask questions of our guests. Please feel free to stop by the chat room and enjoy the conversation there while the show is in progress. I do say this a lot, but this is a show you will not want to miss. Amy's film is very timely and Susan's books are not to be missed either. A clip of Amy's film, "Broken" can be seen on YouTube: https://youtu.be/fr_wIb6_Q9E.