1. A girl faces a felony for a science experiment gone wrong
Bartow, Florida’s Kiera Wilmot is considered a great student from a good family.  Find out why this teenager faces jail-time and expulsion from school for a science experiment gone wrong.  Guests include Miami New Times writer Tim Elfrink, author Monique Morris and Southern Poverty Law Center’s Tania Galloni. If you feel moved, sign the Change.org petition here.
2.  When Guantanamo hunger strikers were Haitian
As the news is focusing on the suspected (sort of)-but-never-charged-as-terrorists men on hunger strike in Guantanamo today we will talk about the other notorious chapter of Guantanamo Bay’s history as we talk to Haitian Women for Haitian Refugee‘s Ninaj Raoul.
3.  Why the factory collapse in Bangladesh matters to Americans.
As the toll from a garment factory collapse in Bangladesh surpasses 400, we check in with Professor Nusrat Chowdhury (Umass-Amherst) and Sweatfree‘s Liana Foxvog on what Americans should do when workers that make the clothes they wear are hurt and killed in the process.
4.  Can IPADs and other tablets help Autistic folks?
The folks sponsoring an “Ipads for Autism” drive say yes.  Tune in to Dr. Robin Parker and co-founder of Vitacare and Ipads for Autism Andy Travaglia and hear why they are collecting “Ipads for Autism.”

1.  What does it mean to Restore Justice?

One of the most provocative articles of the year is this piece in the New York Times about parents of a murdered Tallahassee woman who forgave her murderer and participated in a restorative justice process that actually helped to reduce his sentence.  Since this article was published, many people have been asking “What is Restorative Justice?” and “Does it really work?” Tonight we will talk with Sujatha Baliga (National Council on Crime and Delinquency), who was featured in the Times article about what restoring justice means to victims, perpetrators of crime and the communities they come from.  We will also be joined by Power U‘s Julia Daniel, who will talk about what this type of work can look like in Miami.

2.  Why Guantanamo is still open and why we should all care.
One of President Obama’s first campaign promises was to close the Guantanamo Bay (GITMO) prison on the tip of Cuba.  That was four years ago.  Why is the prison still open and what does it mean for our democracy?  Three of the biggest experts in the fight to close Guantanamo, Michael Ratner (Center for Constitutional Rights), Bill Quigley (Loyola University, New Orleans) and CODEPINK founder Medea Benjamin will be in Miami for a panel discussion on closing GITMO.  They will join us tonight.  Don’t miss it.
3.  When Low Powered Radio is a good thing
In order to break up big communications companies domination of the radio waves, the FCC created Low Power FM Radio programs for community organizations and religious groups to have access to the airwaves.  Tonight, friend of the show, Leah Weston, will jump on to tell us how Low Power radio can have high impact in our neighborhoods.