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A discussion of the Pete Buttigieg is a Lying MF piece, Obama’s disappointing ex-Presidency, and the upcoming impeachment hearings in the judiciary committee.
We spend the hour on Kamala Harris’s proposal for an extended school day and what it could mean to imagine school, work, parenting and community in a more leftist, imaginative way. Kamala…
Kenzo Shibata joins us to discuss why Chicago teachers are on strike, John explains Trump’s G7 debacle, and a few jaded thoughts on the Clinton and Gabbard feud. Kenzo Shibita, via Twitter
Reflecting on raising her son, Edie shares what she believes were poor choices in parenting. 1st Person is presented by Urban Outfitters. Music featured in the episode: "After You" by Joyero
A Joe Biden gaffe reveals how liberals think about race and racism, Quillette gets trolled by a 24-year-old set out to prove how untrustworthy they are, and thoughts on sharing photos of the…
Rachel Frank grew up near Big Bone Lick, Kentucky, the birthplace of American paleontology, where large mammoth and other megafauna fossils were found, altering Western views on extinction and…
The Trump administration is reportedly trying to figure out a new justification for including a citizenship question on the 2020 census, and Kamala Harris has flipped after her good attack on Biden…
Kim talks about her educational journey and how it has taught her the way that work is valued in academia.
It’s Monday July 1st and Molly is getting her last Traval Bash in before new baby comes. Today’s show we revisit our episode from January 24, 2019, featuring Sarah Jaffe on the LA Teachers Strike.…
Sam recalls the worst teacher she encountered while in school a particular moment that has stuck with her many years later.
The IRS can’t refuse the subpoena for Trump’s tax records, Don McGahn is a no show for his Congressional testimony, and more Dems move towards impeachment. Don McGahn photo courtesy of…
Listener Jeffrey Barrois joins us to discuss how standardized testing impacts classroom teaching, a huge group of wealthy parents have been indicted for a bribery scandal involving college admissions,…
J. McVay, Jacqueline, & Chuck discuss Netflix movies ‘Velvet Buzzsaw’ & ‘Bird Box.’ Plus a preview of Vera Sola’s BTR Live Studio session.
John Knefel reviews Senator Cory Booker’s positions on education which are bound to cause problems as he seeks the Democratic party's nomination for the presidency in the 2020 election…
Cari Freno is an artist living and working in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Her work draws inspiration from the fields of psychology and education and their focus on the human condition.

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