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The Open Mind
The Open Mind
The Carceral States of America
Elizabeth Hinton talks about her new book From the War on Poverty to the War on Crime.
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In Apps We Trust
Brigade CEO Matt Mahan on a technological innovation to bridge the partisan divide.
Special | 28m 26s
The Challenge of Speech
Suzanne Nossel and Trevor Timm talk about a free press and free expression.
Special | 28m 9s
A Post-Factual Democracy?
Bill Adair of Duke U. and Politifact on whether truth is informing public discourse.
Special | 27m 11s
Death by Algorithm
Cathy O’Neil on her new book Weapons of Math Destruction.
Special | 28m 25s
Cannibals of News
Emily Bell and Jay Rosen talk about social media’s influence.
Special | 28m 23s
Seinfeld as Americana
Jennifer Keishin Armstrong on Seinfeldia: How a Show About Nothing Changed Everything
Special | 27m 16s
Reforming the Press
New York Times’ Frank Bruni on an alternative to political coverage by horserace.
Special | 27m 42s
Generation of Knowledge
Lila Tretikov talks about learning in the digital age.
Special | 27m 36s
Profile of an Embed
Ahmed Shihab-Eldin, HBO VICE Correspondent, talks about reporting from the Middle East.
Special | 28m 8s
New York Values
Author and photographer Arlene Alda talks about the culture of the inner city.
Special | 27m 45s
Genocide With Impunity
Alexa Koenig, of the Human Rights Center at UC Berkeley, on crimes against humanity
Special | 28m 32s
Parag Khanna, author of Connectography, talks about modernizing American infrastructure.
Special | 27m 37s
The Public Imperative
PBS CEO Paula Kerger talks about an independent media option in the age of clickbait.
Special | 28m 41s
Zen for America
Grammy-nominated guitarist Ottmar Liebert on creating a meditative calm.
Special | 28m 19s
The Climate...In Your Backyard
James Hansen of Columbia University on preserving the planet for the next generation.
Special | 28m 37s
A Disease of Free Will
Dr. Nora Volkow, talks about the science of opioid addiction and treatment.
Special | 28m 36s
The Internet as Art
Author Virginia Heffernan talks about her new book Magic & Loss
Special | 28m 6s
Nature and Extinction
Mexican conservationist Gerardo Ceballos talks about the dramatic decay of biodiversity.
Special | 28m 17s
Washington Post columnist Margaret Sullivan considers the challenges of a free press.
Actor, Director, Producer Rob Reiner on directing Being Charlie, drugs and politics.
Special | 28m 34s
Equal and Unequal Justice
Martha Minow, Dean of Harvard Law School, talks about the state of America's legal system
Special | 28m 20s
Knowing More, Understanding Less
Michael Lynch, author of The Internet of Us, on informed citizenship in the age of Google.
The Right to Vote
Anita Earls of the Southern Coalition for Social Justice on voter suppression at the polls
Special | 27m 54s