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  • After Words with Robin DiAngelo

    After Words with Robin DiAngelo

    Robin DiAngelo discussed how well-intentioned white people can inadvertently cause racial harm through what she calls a “culture of niceness.” She was interviewed by Eddie Glaude, author and Princeton University professor of African American studies.

  • In Depth with Ross Douthat

    In Depth with Ross Douthat

    Author and New York Times columnist Ross Douthat talks about Republican politics and conservatism in America. His books include “Privilege,” "Bad Religion," and his latest, “The Decadent Society.”

Featured Programs

  • After Words with Robert Woodson

    After Words with Robert Woodson

    American history is being replaced with a polarizing version according to Woodson Center founder and president Robert Woodson, the author of Red, White, and Black: Rescuing American History from Revisionists and Race Hustlers. He was interviewed by Harvard…

  • After Words with Lieutenant Colonel Wayne Phelps

    After Words with Lieutenant Colonel Wayne Phelps

    Drones are used more and more as weapons in combat. Retired Marine Lieutenant Colonel Wayne Phelps looks at their impact in combat and their effect on the military units operating them remotely. He was interviewed by Cornell University professor, author, and…

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  • <em>The Memory Thief</em>

    The Memory Thief

    Science journalist Lauren Aguirre discussed how opioid use affects memory and what that can teach doctors about Alzheimer’s disease. This virtual event was hosted by Harvard Book Store in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

  • <em>The War on Small Business</em>

    The War on Small Business

    Former investment banker Carol Roth argued that government bureaucrats used the COVID*19 pandemic to crush small businesses and make Wall Street richer. This virtual event was hosted by the Pacific Research Institute in Pasadena, California.

  • After Words with Robin DiAngelo

    After Words with Robin DiAngelo

    Robin DiAngelo discussed how well-intentioned white people can inadvertently cause racial harm through what she calls a “culture of niceness.” She was interviewed by Eddie Glaude, author and Princeton University professor of African American studies.

  • <em>The Constitution of Knowledge</em>

    The Constitution of Knowledge

    Brookings Institution senior fellow Jonathan Rauch suggested that cancel culture and social media misinformation are eroding the truth. He is the author of the book, The Constitution of Knowledge: A Defense of Truth. This virtual program was hosted by the…

  • <em>The Heartbeat of Iran</em>

    The Heartbeat of Iran

    Iranian-American journalist Tara Kangarlou reported on life in Iran and the political and cultural gaps between it and the United States. This virtual event was hosted by the McCain Institute in Washington, D.C.

  • <em>Ethel Rosenberg</em>

    Ethel Rosenberg

    Ethel Rosenberg was executed by the U.S. government in June of 1953, with her husband Julius, for working to give nuclear secrets to the Soviet Union at the height of the Cold War. Anne Sebba, author of Ethel Rosenberg: An American Tragedy, told how the…

  • <em>The Outlier</em>

    The Outlier

    Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer Kai Bird reexamined Jimmy Carter’s presidency (1977-1981). This was a virtual event hosted by the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum in Atlanta.

  • Ekpe's Book Club

    Ekpe's Book Club

    Former NBA player Ekpe Udoh discussed his online book club.

  • <em>I Alone Can Fix It</em>

    I Alone Can Fix It

    Washington Post reporters Carol Leonnig and Phil Rucker looked at the final year of the Trump administration. Washington Post Live in Washington, D.C., hosted this virtual program.

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