Johns Hopkins professor Kathryn J. Edin, author of $2.00 a Day, and The American Way of Poverty author Sasha Abramsky speak on the dire issue of extreme poverty in the U.S.
The entrepreneur, author, and clean water activist talks about the state of economic growth and entrepreneurship on the continent of Africa.
The antiracist essayist weighs in on the income inequality issues highlighted in his new book, Under the Affluence.
The former U.S. Secretary of Labor discusses his new book, Saving Capitalism: For the Many, Not the Few.
The co-founder of the massively successful microlending site Kiva discusses the potential impact that crowdfunding can have on the world, and also shares on her new book, CLAY WATER BRICK.
The professor of public policy at Harvard, and bestselling author discusses his latest text, Our Kids: The American Dream in Crisis.
The Founder and President of Americans for Tax Reform shares his thoughts on what he hopes will be the central issues of the 2016 presidential race.
The Co-Founder of Restaurant Opportunities Centers United and Director of UC Berkeley’s Food Labor Research Center discusses the recent nationwide “Fight for $15” demonstrations, which was the largest protest by low-wage earners in American history.
A diverse panel of experts discusses various social, political, economic, and legal issues that are key to Detroit’s future.
The judge who presided over the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history describes how he handled the proceedings, and shares his own feelings about the city of Detroit.