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Episode 70 Joe Tuman

9/19/2017
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Political commentator Joe Tuman returns to offer analysis of President Donald Trump's UN address.

Duration: 00:47:24


Episode 68 Karen Cox

9/12/2017
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In light of Charlottesville, Professor Karen joins me to discuss the role historians could play in the public discourse.

Duration: 00:44:35


Episode 67Jack O'Dell

9/5/2017
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This archived broadcast features my 2015 conversation civil rights activist Jack O’Dell and his more than 60 years on the vanguard of justice and human dignity.

Duration: 00:47:42


Episode 66 Phoebe Zerwick

8/22/2017
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On this archived edition of the Public Morality we speak with journalist Phoebe Zerwick about Darryl Hunt, who was wrongly convicted but later exonerated.

Duration: 00:54:15


Episode 65 Daina Ramey Berry and Obrey Hendricks

8/16/2017
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This archived version of the Public Morality features Dr. Daina Ramey Berry discussing her recent book The Price for their Pound of Flesh. And Dr. Obrey Hendricks joins us to discuss the 50th Anniversary of Martin Luther King speech in opposition to the war in Vietnam.

Duration: 00:54:54


Episode 64 Dean Franco Emily Gee

7/18/2017
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I speak with Professor Dean Franco from the Humanities Institute at Wake Forest University about the efficacy of obtaining and humanities degree in the 21st century. After that Emily Gee from the Center for American Progress joins us to discuss the latest developments to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

Duration: 00:42:06


Episode 63 Nick Little and Dean Baker

7/11/2017
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Nick Little from the Center of Inquiry to discuss organization’s mission that fosters a secular society based on reason, science, freedom of inquiry, and humanist values. And after that economist Dean Baker from the Center for Economic and Policy Research joins us to discuss our present economic state.

Duration: 00:55:31


Episode 62 Danielle Allen and Alexander Tsesis

7/3/2017
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We replay my discussion on the Declaration of Independence with Harvard professor Danielle Allen and Loyola law professor Alexander Tsesis.

Duration: 00:56:41


Episode 61 Emily Gee and Ibram Kendi

6/28/2017
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Emily Gee of the Center for American Progress joins us to discuss the Senate’s version of the proposed legislation to repeal the Affordable Care Act. Professor Ibram Kendi discusses his recent New York Times op-ed, “Sacrificing Black Lives for the American Lie.”

Duration: 00:47:22


Episode 60 Guests: Nancy Gertner, Danny Cevallos, Nigel Alston

6/20/2017
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Today on the Public Morality we speak with Retired Judge Nancy Gertner and CNN legal analyst Danny Cevallos about the recent controversial trial of Michelle Carter. And following that discussion, Nigel Alston joins us to speak about the upcoming National Black Theater Festival here in Winston Salem North Carolina.

Duration: 01:00:00


Episode 59 Ray Suarez and Michael O’Hanlon

6/13/2017
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We speak with veteran journalist Ray Suarez about the recent testimony by former FBI Director James Comey before the Senate Intelligence Committee. Dr. Michael O’Hanlon of the Brookings Institute joins me to talk about his recent article discussing President Trump’s foreign policy successes.

Duration: 00:53:26


Episode 58 Katy Harriger and Chris Geis

5/30/2017
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Professor Katy Herriger and attorney Chris Geis join me to commemorate the centennial of the birth of John F. Kennedy.

Duration: 00:52:48


Episode 58 Katy Harriger and Chris Geis

5/30/2017
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Professor Katy Harriger and attorney Chris Geis join me to discuss the centennial birth of the nation's 35th president, John F. Kennedy

Duration: 00:52:48


Episode 57 Joe Tuman and Caleb Lumpkin

5/23/2017
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Political commentator Joe Tuman returns to provide analysis of the Trump Administration thus far. I also speak with Caleb Lumpkin, an extraordinary young man, who was recently honored in Washington DC for his volunteer efforts in Winston Salem North Carolina.

Duration: 00:55:52


Episode 56 Phoebe Zerwick

5/15/2017
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We speak with investigative journalist and Wake Forest professor Phoebe Zerwick about the Darryl Hunt Case.

Duration: 00:54:15


Episode 55 Emily Gee and Michael Curtis

5/9/2017
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Emily Gee from the Center for American Progress joins us to discuss the American Health Care Act recently passed by the House of Representatives. After that conversation we replay an interview from earlier this year with Wake Forest law professor Michael Curtis about the Freedom of Religion Act that is currently before Congress.

Duration: 00:59:05


Episode 54 Brandon Heffinger and Dan Knight

4/25/2017
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Today on the Public Morality, we speak Marine Reservist Capt. Brandon Heffinger about an innovative project at Wake Forest School of Law to assist veterans. And after that conversation, we commemorate Jazz Appreciation Month renowned musician Dan Knight.

Duration: 00:57:06


Episode 53 Molly Reynolds Chris Fitzsimon

4/11/2017
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We speak with Molly Reynolds of the Brookings Institute about the Republican Senate invoking the "nuclear option" and Chris Fitzsimon from NC Policy Watch joins us to discuss North Carolina's HB2 compromise.

Duration: 00:53:29


Episode 52 Dr. Daina Ramey Berry and Dr. Obrey Hendricks

4/4/2017
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Dr. Daina Ramey Berry joins us to discuss her recent book The Price for their Pound of Flesh. After that Dr. Obrey Hendricks joins us to discuss the 50th Anniversary of Martin Luther King speech in opposition to the war in Vietnam.

Duration: 00:54:54


Episode 50 Andrew Bacevich and Richard Green

3/21/2017
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We speak with Professor Andrew Bacevich about the ongoing war in Afghanistan. And Richard Green joins us to talk about the blues.

Duration: 00:54:07

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