The Berkeley geographer explores issues that would open doors to greater participation in environmental and conservation concerns.
The Emmy-winning writer and World War Z author shares the backstory of his latest project, the graphic novel, The Harlem Hellfighters.
The Harvard-trained lawyer, who’s won exonerations for death row inmates, examines the issue of excessive sentencing.
Rivers keeps the laughs coming, but also does some serious reflecting in the conclusion of our two-part conversation.
The internationally renowned comedienne and best-selling author talks about her latest text, Diary of a Mad Diva.
The longtime player in the development of the technology community shares what he’s learned, as detailed in his book on angel investing.
The award-winning physician explains his journey from pariah to prophet and discusses a possible breakthrough for understanding Alzheimer’s.
The religious leader, attorney and author talks about her work advocating economic justice and immigration reform and her memoir, A Nun on the Bus.
Tizon examines race and gender stereotypes from the Asian perspective, as detailed in his text, Big Little Man.
A best-selling author and one of only 12 men who have walked on the moon, Aldrin explains his passion for continuing exploration of the solar system.