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The Open Mind
The Open Mind
New Dealers Reborn
Alexandra Rojas, of Justice Democrats, on a new Democratic agenda and a Green New Deal.
12/29/2018 | 28m 20s
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Disequilibrium on the Supreme Court
David Pozen, Knight Institute inaugural scholar and Columbia Law professor.
11/19/2018 | 28m 26s
New York Times’ Carl Zimmer on his new book “She Has Her Mother’s Laugh” and genes.
11/13/2018 | 28m 21s
The Splintering of the American Mind
William Egginton of Johns Hopkins on his new book “The Splintering of the American Mind”
11/09/2018 | 28m 29s
The Microbes Among Us
North Carolina State scientist Rob Dunn discusses his new book “Never Home Alone.
11/02/2018 | 28m 32s
Truth and Lies of Education
Former U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan discusses his new book “How Schools Work.
10/22/2018 | 28m 15s
Immigration, Dignity, and U.S.-Mexico Relations
KPBS investigative reporter Jean Guerrero on her new book “Crux: A Cross-Border Memoir.
10/16/2018 | 27m 24s
Truth Decay in America
RAND CEO Michael D. Rich and political scientist Jennifer Kavanagh on “Truth Decay.
10/09/2018 | 27m 42s
Security, Nationalism, and the Four Freedoms
Jeffrey Prescott of National Security Action on an alternative to Trump's foreign policy.
10/01/2018 | 27m 48s
United Against Citizens
Tiffany Muller of End Citizens United, on her mission to undo the Supreme Court decision.
09/25/2018 | 28m 23s
News, Disinformation, and Free Expression
Richard Gingras, VP of News at Google, on journalism, citizenship, and disinformation.
09/21/2018 | 29m 45s
Rage at the Ballot Box
Soraya Chemaly, Women's Media Center Speech Project, on her new book “Rage Becomes Her”
09/12/2018 | 27m 58s
Manchurian President and Alternative Realities
Tom Nichols, U.S. Naval War College professor, on his book “The Death of Expertise.”
09/05/2018 | 28m 29s
The Creative Wealth of Nations
Patrick Kabanda talks about his new book “The Creative Wealth of Nations” and the arts.
08/27/2018 | 27m 43s
Guts, Heart and Minoritarian Rule
Al Cross, dir. Institute for Rural Journalism and Community Issues, U Kentucky, on media
08/25/2018 | 28m 3s
Quarantining Hate Speech
Joan Donovan of Data & Society on technologies that degrade democracy and civil society
08/14/2018 | 28m 29s
Documenting a Fascist Ascent
Jack Smith IV, senior writer for Mic, on American nationalism and White Supremacy.
08/07/2018 | 28m 18s
The Right to Have Rights
Stephanie DeGooyer, Fellow at Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study on authoritarianisim
08/04/2018 | 27m 15s
Sweet Little (and Big) Lies
Daniel Dale of the Toronto Star on fact-checking President Trump and covering activism
07/28/2018 | 27m 21s
David Nevins of the Bridge Alliance, talks about reversing America's political disunity.
07/17/2018 | 27m 43s
Democracy in the Internet Age
Democracy Works’ Kathryn Peters on election security, voter registration and democracy.
07/14/2018 | 28m 23s
The Future Caucus
Steven Olikara, founder of the Millennial Action Project on activating the next generation
07/03/2018 | 28m 32s
Our Galaxy and Beyond
Dr. Alan Stern and Dr. David Grinspoon on their book on Pluto: “Chasing New Horizons.”
06/27/2018 | 27m 42s
Confronting Algorithms of Bigotry
Investigative reporter Julia Angwin on exposing technologies that injure society.
06/23/2018 | 27m 50s
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