Jul 6, 2021
Dr. Erec Smith is a professor of rhetoric and composition at York College and former Chair of the York YWCA Racial and Social Justice Committee.
Today, he and I talk about racism in America, and what he believes are the best ways to make this country a fair, diverse, and thriving one. Smith appreciates much of the...
Jul 5, 2021
Todd is a documentary film maker and his most recent film, "The Last Stop" is today's conversation topic.
The Last Stop is a film about the Élan School, which was a controversial school / treatment facility for so-called juvenile delinquents which existed in the deep woods of Maine.
That’s ExisTED, past-tense,...
Jun 25, 2021
Welcome to episode 75!
Today's guest is Desh Amila.
Desh is the founder of "This Is 42"-- a platform for highly regarded educators and content creators such as Coleman Hughes, Michael Shermer, Sam Harris, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, and more. He is also the producer of the films "Islam and the Future of Tolerance" (Sam Harris...
Jun 22, 2021
This episode originally aired as an episode of the "LPP PODCAST" which you can find here: https://open.spotify.com/show/66wpvu8aMI8NWYgZvBr5uz
Today's guest is Maia Szalavitz, who co-wrote (With Bruce Perry) "The Boy Who Was Raised as a Dog" and the NYT best-seller, "Unbroken Brain"
Her forthcoming book is, "Undoing...
May 28, 2021
Curt Jaimngal is the co-creator (with Desh Amila) of the documentary film, "Better Left Unsaid".
The film shines a light salient cultural issues that are difficult to discuss in a balanced way (at least publicly): namely, the radical arms of both left and right wing politics. "Better Left Unsaid" explores leftist social...