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Logan Show Interview Cast of ‘The Great Debaters’

December 24, 2007

The Logan Show –  Interview with the Cast of ‘The Great Debaters‘ 
I believe a show like this should be shown in congress and the United Nations and even translated in all the languages there are.  Times have become a name-calling brawl, complete with finger pointing, instead of clarifying what we really want, debating passionately until we all come up winners. What do you think? Why? Why not?

And couldn’t this contribute to the ‘Married Priest’ or ‘ID’  debates?  As in the 1930′ some people felt there was no need for some people and some issues to even be considered seriously.

Logan Interviews Stars of ‘The Great Debaters’
Date: 12/22/2007
Source: the Logan Show
This Christmas Season, Logan Sekulow is bringing you an incredible online exclusive. Logan sat down with stars Denzel Whitaker, Nate Parker, and Jurnee Smollett of the new movie “The Great Debaters”. This drama is based on the true story of Melvin B. Tolson (Denzel Washington), a professor at Wiley College in Marshall, Texas. In 1935, Tolson inspired students to form the school’s first debate team, which went on to challenge Harvard University in the national championship. Starring Denzel Washington and Forest Whitaker, this movie will be a box office favorite this season. Watch Logan as he joins cast members to discuss “The Great Debaters” releasing in theaters across the United States on Christmas Day, 2007.
Watch the exclusive interview online at http://www.loganshow.com/index.cfm?PAGE_ID=79

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