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Episodes

Finding Samuel Lowe

2/22/2015
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Paula Williams Madison on tracing her Jamaican and Chinese roots.

Duration: 00:22:00


Genes, Stories, Memory

2/22/2015
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Journalist Christine Kenneally, author of “The Invisible History of the Human Race: How DNA and History Shape Our Identities and Our Futures,” explores the history of genealogy and ancestry through the lens of genetics.

Duration: 00:22:02


Europe and the World Stage

2/22/2015
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German political strategist Simon Vaut on the European Union and global politics.

Duration: 00:16:41


Come As You Are

2/10/2015
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Financier Mellody Hobson on how being a black woman has informed her work, plus boardroom diversity and family.

Duration: 00:22:27


Computing the Economics of the Future

1/28/2015
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Venture capitalist Albert Wenger on the future of jobs, tech, and humanity.

Duration: 00:24:52


From Shutterbabe to Dollar-Poor Creative to TV

1/13/2015
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New York Times bestseller Deborah Copaken speaks honestly about the dollars and sense of writing and photography

Duration: 00:25:24


The Big Apple's Health Commish

12/15/2014
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Using both head and heart, Dr. Mary Bassett fights for the lives and health of New Yorkers.

Duration: 00:16:46


After Near-Death, God (+ Tolstoy, Dickens, Jefferson)

11/4/2014
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Scott Carter, HBO producer for Bill Maher, on why he spent twenty-seven years writing a play -- now up -- about our views of God.

Duration: 00:19:48


Fertility and Feminism

10/22/2014
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Writer and activist Tanya Selvaratnam explores the consequences of delayed motherhood and infertility.

Duration: 00:29:09


Sister Citizen

10/22/2014
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MSNBC Host Melissa Harris-Perry on Black Women, Literature, and Politics

Duration: 00:32:12


Hacking Race and Technology

10/22/2014
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Technologist Kimberly Bryant on why she founded the nonprofit Black Girls Code.

Duration: 00:23:10


Reporting Across Cultural Lines

10/22/2014
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Tokyo-based journalists David d'Heilly and Shizu Yuasa on their business and marital partnership.

Duration: 00:40:04


A Woman, A Writer, a Wit

10/22/2014
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Anna Holmes, author of The Book of Jezebel, riffs on life in New York and womanhood today

Duration: 00:25:39


DJ's Delight

10/22/2014
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Adam Merced, aka DJ Mode, on building a career in the music industry

Duration: 00:28:36


A Child of the Windrush

10/22/2014
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Delroy Lindo speaks of his Jamaican-British ancestry as well as his craft.

Duration: 00:27:46


Digital Diplomacy and Global Economy

10/22/2014
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Author and former U.S. diplomat Alec Ross on globalization

Duration: 00:35:40


Equality -- A Survivor's Guide

10/22/2014
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Activist Urvashi Vaid talks about how LGBT politics relate to other rights struggles, plus her journey surviving two rounds of cancer.

Duration: 00:31:27


Music (and Dance) for All

10/22/2014
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Bill Bragin, the director of public programming for the famed Lincoln Center, on bringing free and adventurous music, dance, and art to all.

Duration: 00:26:35


Fertility and Feminism

5/20/2014
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Writer and activist Tanya Selvaratnam explores the consequences of delayed motherhood and infertility.

Duration: 00:33:30