This week’s show starts with remembering the 9/11/71 death of Margaret Ann Knott in Choctaw County, Alabama and how it’s taken local leaders 48 years to acknowledge her sacrifice. The Big Interview is with Richard Johnson of Auto Technical Inc., a nonprofit that repairs automobiles and donates them to people in need; the catch is that with current tax laws, the nonprofit is on the verge of closing. In my C-Block, I share about a listener taking issue with my use of “black-color people” as a way of teaching about racism. (I also use, “white-color people” as a teaching tool.) It’s all good; I’m trying to lead in an area that’s has too few leading and I can take the heat.