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    Choctaw Confederates

    During the Civil War, members of the Choctaws Nation held slaves and fought alongside Confederate forces. Author Fay Yarborough talked about Native populations, slavery, and the…

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    How We Do Family

    Trystan Reese spoke about his pregnancy, family, and LGBTQ parenthood as a transgender man. This virtual program was hosted by Powell’s Books in Portland.

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    After Words with Jason Riley

    Wall Street Journal columnist Jason Riley argued that the policies during the Trump administration improved the economic lives of Black people. He was interviewed by Trumpa administration…

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    Irish Catholics and Tammany Hall

    Christendom College professor Christopher Shannon taught a class about Irish Catholics and 19th century New York City politics, including the Tammany Hall organization. He showed both…

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    The Chinese Question

    Mae Ngai, author of The Chinese Question, talked about the late 19th century California gold rushes and the friction between Chinese immigrants and white settlers. She described how, during…

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    Women in the Late-19th Century

    Professor Heather Cox Richardson talked about the new roles women assumed in the workforce and in politics during the late-19th century. She described the gains women made in fields such as…

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    Liberty is Sweet

    Historian Woody Holton looked beyond the Founding Fathers and explored the role of women, Native Americans, and African Americans during the American Revolution. This virtual program was…

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    Race Crazy - BLM, 1619, and the Progressive Racism Movement

    Seeking Educational Excellence (SEE) executive director Charles Love argued that Black Lives Matter and the 1619 Project are a danger to the future of American democracy. AM560 Radio’s “The…

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    Enlightenment Era in America

    Messiah College professor John Fea taught a class on 18th century enlightenment movement, which included principles of natural rights, reason, and self-improvement. He also explored the…

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    The Truth at the Heart of the Lie: How the Catholic Church Lost Its Soul

    Former priest and Boston Globe columnist James Carroll examined the structure of the Catholic Church and reflected on his own faith. This virtual program was hosted by the Harvard Book…

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    Salem Witch Trials and the Great Awakening

    Baylor University Professor Thomas Kidd taught a class on the first Great Awakening in the Americas, a period in mid-18th century of Christian revitalization that swept through the…

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    The Cost of My Faith

    In 2012, Christian baker Jack Phillips was sued for refusing to make a cake for a same-sex wedding in Colorado. The case eventually reached the U.S. Supreme Court. Mr. Phillips talked about his legal…

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    Reopening Muslim Minds

    Cato Institute senior fellow Mustafa Akyol argued that Islam has become too dogmatic and called for a return an earlier age of Islamic theology, when freedom, reason, tolerance, and science…

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    The Black Church

    Historian and Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates provided a history of religion and the importance of the church in Black communities. This was a virtual event hosted by the Gilder Lehrman…

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    Believing

    Brandeis University Professor Anita Hill discussed gender-based violence. This virtual program was part of the 2021 Miami Book Fair.

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    Education Secretary on Higher Education Improvements

    Education Secretary Miguel Cardona spoke about improving equity in higher education during an event at the Department of Education. According to the secretary, 60 percent of Black…

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    Unbound - My Story of Liberation and the Birth of the Me Too Movement

    Me Too founder and activist Tarana Burke discussed her life and her work to support and empower Black and Brown girls. Flatiron Books publishing hosted this virtual event.

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    In Depth with Carol Anderson

    Author and Emory University professor Carol Anderson joined Book TV to talk and take calls about voting rights, gun regulation, and race in America. Her books include White Rage and The…

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    The Kaepernick Effect

    Nation magazine sports editor Dave Zirin explored how former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s 2016 on-field political protests created a conversation on race and policing as well as the…

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    Ramita Navai on the PBS Frontline Documentary Afghanistan Undercover

    PBS Frontline correspondent Ramita Navai talked about her documentary, Afghanistan Undercover, about her undercover investigation into the Taliban’s crackdown on women in Afghanistan.

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