Dr. Reed Tuckson analyzes recent news from the CDC and vaccine disparities between racial groups in the U.S. Saad Mohseni discusses the situation in Afghanistan. Roy Weathers and John Miller explain the goal behind their new initiative, CEO Action for Racial Equity. Rodrigo Garcia discusses his new memoir "A Farewell to Gabo and Mercedes.
Dr. Matshidiso Moeti and Jeremy Farrar discuss global vaccine distribution. Jeremy Farrar and Robin Rue Simmons discuss the efforts for reparations for the Black community. Cecilia Kang and Sheera Frenkel discuss their new book "An Ugly Truth: Inside Facebook's Battle for Domination."
Ben Wedeman reports on unrest in the Middle East. Bereaved Israeli mother Robi Damelin and bereaved Palestinian father Bassam Aramin reflect on the conflict between their two countries. Actor Matthew McConaughey discusses his new memoir. Author Jory Fleming discusses his new book “How to Be Human: An Autistic Man’s Guide to Life.”
VICE's Paola Ramos discusses her reporting on Migration. Former Palestinian Foreign Minister Nasser Al-Kidwa discusses the country's first election in fifteen years. Philip Atiba Goff and Tracie Keesee discuss police reform and institutional racism.
Narendra Taneja discusses the COVID crisis in India. Sen. Todd Young discusses politics and foreign relations. Kamilah Willingham and Soma Sara discuss the camapaign against sexism, misogyny, and sexual violence. Professor Cornel West explains why classics must remain in university curricula.
Anthony Costello and David Spiegelhalter discuss European vaccine rollout. Mandu Reid and Jackson Katz explain how men can be allies allies in the campaign against misogyny. Rep. Jahana Hayes reflects on coronavirus’s impact on education.
Jeremy Farrar discusses the state of the pandemic in the UK. WWII resistance spy Selma van de Perre discusses her new memoir “My Name Is Selma.” Freedom Rider Charles Person reflects on the Civil Rights Movement. Artist Maya Lin explains the inspiration behind her new exhibition in New York’s Madison Square Park.
Donald De Lucca and Laura Coates discuss the trial of Derek Chauvin. Regina King and Kemp Powers discuss their new movie ““One Night in Miami…” Tax law professor Dorothy A. Brown talks about the racism present in tax policy.
U.N. Climate Chief Patricia Espinosa, filmmaker James Cameron, former Gov. John Kasich (R-OH) and youth activist Jerome Foster II reflect on Earth Day and environmental conservation.
Black Lives Matter co-founder Opal Tometi reacts to yesterday’s verdict. Miami Police Chief Art Acevedo offers his opinion. National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan talks future of country after Chauvin conviction. Political philosopher Danielle Allen relates ancient Greek ethics to modern day police reform.