The filmmaker and adjunct professor at NYU’s Center for Global Affairs talks about the history of cultural overlap between the U.S. and the nation of Cuba.
One of our nation’s most renowned intellectuals discusses how the seemingly harmless elements of our socialization — from our language, to the way we draw our maps — in fact promote one world view over another.
The president of the American Federation of Teachers unpacks the recent Congressional negotiations to overhaul the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA).
A panel of esteemed historians reflects on the Civil War on the 150th anniversary of its final battle.
The director of the SAGE Center for the Study of the Mind at UC Santa Barbara shares the discoveries detailed in his new book, Tales from Both Sides of the Brain: A Life in Neuroscience.
The Hamilton College professor and author of the classic text, The Unsteady March, talks about whether our nation has truly honored the legacy of those who marched for equality 50 years ago this month in Selma, Alabama.
A diverse panel of experts discusses various social, political, economic, and legal issues that are key to Detroit’s future.
An in-depth discussion on education in the city of Detroit with Skillman Foundation President Tonya Allen, American Federation of Teachers V.P. David Hecker, Denise Smith of Early Learning at Excellent School Detroit, and Emergency Manager of Detroit Public Schools Darnell Earley.
The President of Wayne State University shares on the importance of making higher education a top priority in the communities of Detroit.
From Detroit’s Wayne State University, the Mayor of “Motown” discusses the state of the city, and how he plans to help Detroit’s resurgence.