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Campus-Community Dialogue: #MeToo – Now What?

7/11/2018
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The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Original Air date: May 5, 2018) – The Hinckley Institute of Politics hosted their final Spring Campus-Community panel discussion. The panel takes a look at the #MeToo movement — and, in particular, what the future holds for the movement. The panelists include: Ella Myers, Associate Professor in Political Science and Gender Studies […]

Duration:01:16:43

American Indian Decolonization in the West

7/4/2018
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The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Original Air date: March 18, 2015) – Dr. Leo Killsback, Associate Professor in American Indian Studies at Arizona State University, spoke at the Hinckley Institute of Politics on February of 2015. A member in the Northern Cheyenne Tribe, Killsback reexamines the legacy of colonialism in the West from a social […]

Duration:00:51:37

American Settler Colonialism

6/27/2018
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The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Original Air date: April 15, 2015) – Walter Hixson, a distinguished professor of history at the University of Akron, spoke at the Hinckley Institute of Politics on the campus of the University of Utah in March of 2015. Hixson specializes in the history of U.S. foreign policy, and in 2013 he […]

Duration:01:02:23

What makes the Magna Carta still relevant today?

6/20/2018
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The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Original Air date: June 3, 2015) – The 800-year old Magna Carta, in some form or another, is still with us today. It’s echoed in the United States Declaration of Independence and in the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Many of the ideas behind Habeus Corpus and the right […]

Duration:00:51:30

How Congress Really Works

6/13/2018
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The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Original Air date: May 6, 2015) – Much public dissatisfaction stems from a lack of understanding of how Congress works. For those looking to make change, understanding the system is crucial. Those who want to get involved should know what they’re getting involved in. And for people to cast informed […]

Duration:01:21:13

Wes Moore, Author and Youth Advocate

6/6/2018
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The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Original Air date: March 12, 2014) – Wes Moore is a youth advocate, U.S. Army combat veteran, television host, and social entrepreneur. Moore spoke about his book, The Other Wes Moore, juvenile justice, and issues affecting young people of color in America today. Despite early aca­d­e­mic and behav­ioral strug­gles, Moore […]

Duration:00:51:31

Strategy Strikes Back: How Star Wars Explains Modern Military Conflict

5/30/2018
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Major ML (Matt) Cavanaugh is a nonresident fellow with the Modern War Institute at the United States Military Academy – West Point; and an active duty U.S. Army Strategist. He spoke at the Hinckley Institute of Politics on the University of Utah campus on March 28, 2018. The premise of his talk is that the […]

Duration:00:51:30

Campus-Community Dialogue: Free Speech on Campus

5/23/2018
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The Hinckley Institute of Politics hosted a panel discussion in late February as part of their Campus-Community Dialogue series. The panel takes a look at free speech on campus, in particular, college campuses. The panelists include: Paul Cassell, Professor of Law at the S.J. Quinney College of Law, University of Utah; Sherrie Hayashi, Director of the […]

Duration:01:21:51

Civility in Politics: Contrasting Visions and Tolerance — Finding Common Ground from Various Perspectives

5/9/2018
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The Hinckley Institute of Politics recently hosted the second part of a 2-Part panel discussion titled: Civility in Politics. Last week, the panel surveyed the political landscape, both nationally and locally, then addressed the question: Why has civility in politics declined? Well this week’s panel looks to find common ground among various perspectives, while promoting […]

Duration:00:53:08

Civility in Politics: Why Has Civility in Politics Declined?

5/2/2018
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The Hinckley Institute of Politics recently hosted Part 1 of a 2-Part panel discussion titled: Civility in Politics. The panel surveys the political landscape, both nationally and locally, and then addresses the question: Why has civility in politics declined? The panelists include: Matt Burbank, Associate Professor in the Political Science Department at the University of Utah; Jennifer […]

Duration:00:57:36

The Debate over Medical Marijuana in Utah

4/25/2018
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The Hinckley Institute of Politics recently hosted a panel that looks at the debate playing out in Utah over medical marijuana. Earlier this year, the Utah State Legislature passed laws that will legalize medical marijuana for a very small number of people: those with a terminal illness who, at the time a doctor issues a prescription, […]

Duration:00:51:31

Utah’s Opioid Epidemic

4/18/2018
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The Hinckley Institute of Politics recently hosted a panel that looks at Utah’s Opioid Epidemic and explores potential solutions in addressing the problem. According to the Centers for Disease Control, in 2016 – more than 63,000 people died from drug overdoses around the country, and nearly two-thirds of those deaths involved a prescription or illicit […]

Duration:00:56:42

Examining Utah’s Urban-Rural Divide

4/11/2018
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The Hinckley Institute of Politics recently hosted a panel addressing the Utah Rural-Urban Divide with students of the Honors College Praxis Lab attending in the audience. The panel examines how the divide between rural and urban Utah creates challenges for the State and its residents. The Praxis Lab draws students from all disciplines to collaborate […]

Duration:00:54:52

Sharia and Everyday Life: Marriage Iranian Style in Norway

4/4/2018
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The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Re-Air date: April 4, 2018) — Sharia is a set of Muslim religious laws that are practiced in varying degrees of severity in Muslim countries. While many Americans equate Shariah with misogyny, intolerance, or barbaric punishments, many practicing Muslims and Muslim scholars say Sharia is, in fact, a set of […]

Duration:00:52:52

How to Bring the Country Together in a Time of Hyperpartisanship

3/28/2018
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(Air dates: March 28 ~ 31, 2018) — Congressman John K. Delaney is the first announced Democratic candidate for President in the 2020 election and currently represents Maryland’s Sixth District in the House of Representatives. Congressman Delaney grew up in a blue-collar union household and his parents did not attend college. Delaney founded and led two-publicly […]

Duration:00:50:09

Dolores Huerta: A Born Again Feminist

3/21/2018
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(Air dates: March 21 ~ 24, 2018) — Dolores Huerta is an American Labor leader, civil rights activist, feminist and Mother. She is also the founder of the Agricultural Workers Association, and co-founder of the United Farm Workers union. Huerta has spent her life working to fight discrimination and to improve conditions for farmworkers. In […]

Duration:00:55:57

Panel on Homelessness in Salt Lake City and Updates to Operation Rio Grande

3/7/2018
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The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Air dates: March 7 ~ 10, 2018) —The Hinckley Institute recently hosted a panel addressing Homelessness in Salt Lake City and updates to Operation Rio Grande. The panelists included: Lt. Governor Spencer Cox, Spencer J. Cox was sworn in as Utah’s 8th Lieutenant Governor on October 16, 2013. As Lieutenant Governor, he […]

Duration:00:52:35

Systemic Racism

2/14/2018
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The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Re-Air dates: February 14 ~ 17, 2017) —The Hinckley Institute recently hosted a panel addressing systemic racism. The panelists seek to not only explain what systemic racism is, and where it be seen or felt, but what impact it has on our community here locally in Utah, and how it […]

Duration:00:54:56

Is Free Speech Worth It?

2/7/2018
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The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Re-Air dates: February 7 ~ 10, 2017) — It’s generally understood that free speech is a right all Americans enjoy under the First Amendment. But some forms of speech can be threatening, or can raise fear among certain groups of people. At what point can, or should some hateful speech be shut […]

Duration:01:02:56

How Utah Immigrants Are Responding to Trump’s Executive Orders

1/31/2018
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The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Re-Air date: January 31 ~ February 3, 2018) — The Hinckley Institute of Politics recently hosted a forum addressing how immigrants and their families in Utah are responding to President Trump’s executive actions on immigration and public safety. The panelists included: Luis Garza, Executive Director of Comunidades Unidas; Marlene Gonzalez, an immigration […]

Duration:01:06:42