The religious leader, lobbyist, and attorney discusses her work with NETWORK and the organization’s 2020 policy vision to Mend the Gaps.
The Robert Walmsley University Professor at Harvard and author discusses top news of the day and his latest book, #Republic: Divided Democracy in the Age of Social Media.
The “world’s most dangerous philosopher” reflects on the rise of Trump, the fall of the Democratic party, and the future of the global left.
The parents of Trayvon Martin share how the tragic loss of their son led to a social justice movement as described in their new text Rest in Power.
The author and consumer advocate discusses the progressive’s response to the conservative agenda of the Trump administration.
The daytime Emmy-winning actor discusses his recent memoir I’ll Be Damned.
Former Assistant Secretary of Education and current president of The Network For Public Education joins us to discuss the uncertain future of America’s education system.
The author and President of the National Iranian American Council discusses the future of U.S./Iranian diplomacy.
The author offers his thoughts on what America needs to do to move forward after the divisive presidential election, and how today’s uncertainty holds an opportunity for empathy to drive a new political story.
The guitarist from the iconic band the Sex Pistols joins us to discuss his recent memoir Lonely Boy: Tales from a Sex Pistol.