Anna Quindlen; Haitian Refugee Crisis; Jay McInerney; Dance Theater of Harlem
New York Times columnist Anna Quindlen shares her philosophy on writing opinion pieces and the goals she has as a columnist. Representative Charles Rangel, New York Post editor Eric Breindel, and Yale Law professor Harold Hongju Koh debate President George H.W. Bush's decision to refuse Haitian refugees. Writer Jay McInerney shares his newest novel, "Brightness Falls," the story of a husband and wife realizing the ways in which the choices they made in their twenties affect them into their thirties. Arthur Mitchell, director of the Dance Theater of Harlem, and dancer Virginia Johnson discuss the challenges their theater has overcome.