Civil rights advocate the Rev. Al Sharpton is about to launch a Sunday morning talk show, Reuters reports.
The program will be produced by ESH Holdings, Sharpton’s newly formed media company, and will focus largely on education issues. The show, “Education Superhighway,” is set to premiere Sept. 26.
The nationally syndicated 30-minute show will reportedly feature a roundtable discussion among a variety of guests, with Bill Gates, Newt Gingrich, Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and Randi Weingarten, the president of the American Federation of Teachers, among those already signed up.