City Lights: Human Rights Film Festival at Morehouse; Esperanza Spalding; And More Kevin Rinker • Oct 10, 2019 Share Morehouse College will honor Oscar-winning filmmaker Spike Lee at the "Human Rights Film Festival." Credit WikiCommons Audio version of this story here. Thursday on “City Lights with Lois Reitzes”: 1:42: Lois Reitzes talks with Morehouse professor Stephane Dunn and filmmaker Kors Vandiver about the Human Rights Film Festival, which begins Oct. 10 at Morehouse College. 12:49: Bassist, singer and composer Esperanza Spalding joins Reitzes to talk about her career in music and her new album, “12 Little Spells.” 40:50: Author Chuck Klosterman talks with Reitzes about his book, “X.” Georgia School With Large Crowds Reports Positive Cases How This Conservative Florida County Became A Surprise 2020 Battleground A Carving That Honors The Confederacy At Stone Mountain Is ‘Too Big To Ignore’ WABE's Week In Review: Schools Reopening During A Pandemic And Election Officials Prep For Voters Stadium Formerly Known As Turner Field To Be Renamed Once Again Welcome To New York, Traveler. Now Please Begin Your Quarantine Why Georgia Is Now Regulating Saw Palmetto Berry Harvests Southern Liberal Comedian Trio Host Livestream Stand-Up Show 'Cornteen Comedy'