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The Open Mind
The Open Mind
Technology to Combat Authoritarianism
Localization Lab’s Dragana Kaurin on protecting refugees, journalists, and activists.
05/13/2019 | 27m 55s
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The Race to Cure Cancer
Charles Graeber on “The Breakthrough: Immunotherapy and the Race to Cure Cancer.”
05/07/2019 | 28m 34s
Einstein and the Unseeable
Seth Fletcher on his new book “Einstein's Shadow” and the quest to see the black hole.
04/29/2019 | 28m 13s
The Misinformation Age
Cailin O'Connor and James Owen Weatherall on their new book "The Misinformation Age.
04/22/2019 | 28m 3s
Justice and Jurisprudence
South Carolina U.S District Judge Richard Gergel on his new book "Unexampled Courage.”
04/15/2019 | 28m 25s
Republic of Lies
Investigative journalist Anna Merlan on her new book "Republic of Lies” and conspiracy.
04/08/2019 | 28m 20s
The Responsibility of Moral Capitalism
Executive Barie Carmichael on jobs, corporate stewardship, and the new social landscape.
04/02/2019 | 27m 51s
You’re Not Entitled to Your Own Facts
News Literacy Project CEO Alan Miller on equipping students to discern fact from fiction
03/26/2019 | 27m 32s
Preserving, Protecting, and Defending Democracy
Common Cause Electoral Reform director Pam Wilmot on the National Popular Vote
03/18/2019 | 27m 44s
Cyber Diplomacy or Mr. Robot Dystopia?
Former State Department Advisor Chris Painter on digital security and foreign policy.
03/11/2019 | 27m 23s
The Case for Economic Affirmative Action
Harvard Professor of Education Anthony Jack discusses his new book “The Privileged Poor"
03/04/2019 | 28m 17s
Demos President Sabeel Rahman on the future of the Democratic Party, and progressivism.
02/20/2019 | 28m 33s
Civility of Morals and Manners
Novelist and Hutchins Center fellow ZZ Packer on civil rights, disobedience, and society
02/13/2019 | 27m 39s
Digital War, Espionage, and Dirty Tricks
Annenberg Public Policy Center's Kathleen Hall Jamieson on political hacking and trolls.
02/08/2019 | 27m 51s
Former Ohio Governor John Kasich discusses preserving the Republican Party.
01/25/2019 | 27m 20s
How to Unlearn Hate
Sally Kohn on her book “The Opposite of Hate: A Field Guide to Repairing Our Humanity.”
01/18/2019 | 28m 12s
Joy Buolamwini of Algorithmic Justice League on facial recognition and AI technology.
01/11/2019 | 28m 25s