(MS)² talks to National Public Radio (NPR)

National Public Radio's All Things Considered Weekend Host Andrea Seabrook interviewed six members of the Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science (MS)² inaugural class yesterday and their teachers regarding the historic nomination of Senator Barack Obama. The students offered insightful thoughts and strong views on the political campaign and about the first African American to lead A U.S. major-party ticket. Listen now to interview and for excerpts from the (MS)² first graduation.

 

Andrea Seabrook, host of National Public Radio's All Things Considered Weekend Edition, and Zoe Chace, producer, engage eight graders (L-R) Josiah Christian, Derick Hill, Tekiah Jones, Elizabeth Pope, Nia Christian, and Kadijah Jones share their views on Senator Barack Obama's nomination means to them.

 


Andrea Seabrook, host of National Public Radio's All Things Considered Weekend Edition talk to teachers at the Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science about their student's interest in the 2008 bid for the White House and reaction to Senator Barack Obama. (L-R) Azi Kofi Handon, Kenneth Ceasar, Naimah Beyah, and Kimberly Worthy.