Archive
Mariame Kaba offers advice and discusses ways in which people can become more active in the fight for justice in their communities, and gives her thoughts on the threat to these conversations posed by the incoming presidential administration.
Mariame Kaba talks about Project NIA and Survived and Punished, as well as the issues of racial and gender injustice becoming a larger part of the national conversation.
Mariame Kaba discusses her history of activism and the many different groups she's organized with and for.
Dr. Baz Dreisinger discusses possibilities of justice reform, for-profit prisons, and the possible implications Donald Trump's promises of law and order.
Dr. Baz Dreisinger discusses the Prison-to-College Pipeline program and the process of writing her 2016 book "Incarceration Nations: A Journey to Justice in Prisons Around the World."
We conclude our discussion with Vesna Markovic, who answers the an interesting question: can terrorism ever be fully eradicated?
Vesna Markovic discusses how terrorist groups are financed, ISIS's stature in the world and how traveling ideology make terrorism so difficult to fight against.
Vesna Markovic discusses how certain terrorist activity gets lost in ever-changing media cycles, and explains how groups become affiliated with one another.
Vesna Markovic discusses how a person is drawn toward radicalization and the environments of injustice--real and perceived--that lead to the formation of terrorist groups.
Dr. Vesna Markovic talks about the general reticence to use the term "terrorism," as well as the most common and successful violent tactics used by terrorist groups.
Lynn Walsh talks about potential changes and refocusing in journalism education, how we can become more responsible consumers of media, and the environment for journalists in a post-truth world.
Lynn Walsh discusses how journalists can combat the rise of fake news and dealing with people whose opinions are firmly fixed.
Lynn Walsh discusses the rise of fake news, how journalists feel about it, and how opinion journalism has shaped our current media climate.
Lynn Walsh discusses the loss of trust in national media outlets and gives her opinion on the role of journalism in the United States.
SPJ president Lynn Walsh discusses her career in journalism and the purpose of the SPJ, as well as the role of citizen journalists.
Peter Ross Range discusses the lack of anti-Hitler dissent during his rise to power, his stylistic similarities to Donald Trump, and our vulnerability to authoritarian figures.
Peter Ross Range explains Hitler's trajectory to power following his release from prison in 1924 and how the Nazis went from fringe radicals to Germany's leading political party.
Peter Ross Range discusses Adolf Hitler's trial for the Beer Hall Putsch, which landed him in prison but cemented his place in Germany's national politics.
Peter Ross Range tells the story of the Beer Hall Putsch, Hitler's attempt to overthrow the German government in 1923.
Peter Ross Range discusses Hitler's formative years and experiences as a solider during World War I, his intense loyalty to Germany, and the harsh war reparations heaped upon the country.
Dr. Carol M. Swain talks about how she predicted the white nationalism emerging today and her difficulties with political correctness.
Dr. Carol M. Swain discusses her political views and why she believes the United States has been headed in an "ungodly" direction.

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