President Obama's pick for attorney general would be the first African-American woman in that position. But first, Loretta Lynch needs approval from the Republican-controlled Senate.
Preserving African culture through photography
More than thirty years ago, Carol Beckwith and Angela Fisher met in Kenya. Since then, they've traveled to forty countries and explored at least one hundred fifty African cultures. The renowned photographers and filmmakers have also collaborated on fifteen books. The two spoke with Steve Goldstein about what brought about their shared passion for Africa, along with the challenges and benefits of being women chronicling the traditions of the continent.