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Marcus Davis is opening up the phone lines during Sunday Morning Live. This week’s “one-hundred-twenty of plenty” is dedicated to hearing your thoughts on a variety of topics.

Since we last met over the airwaves, many things have happened in the world, in our state and in the city we call home. Call in at 713.390.5102 between 9 am and 11 am on Sunday morning to share with other listeners what you think about outgoing superintendent Terry Grier’s parting gift of $100,000 from the Houston ISD Board.

On the show last month, we talked to Roni Dean Burren about her son’s textbook which referred to slaves as workers. That error, and the world-wide scrutiny, led the The State Board of Education textbook committee to consider having submissions reviewed by subject matter experts, college professors. That recommendation was rejected this week. Let’s talk about that.

Elections, local and national, are looming. We dedicated the last show to the remaining mayoral candidates, Bill King and Sylvester Turner, now let’s talk about the city council seats still being contested and why they matter.

With all that has happened in the world since we last met, you don’t want to miss this conversation.

Join us! This Sunday from 9 am to 11 am on The People’s Station, Majic 102.

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