with Wajahat Ali, Peter Beinart, and Liz Bruenig
Journalists Peter Beinart, Wajahat Ali, and Liz Bruenig discuss how they bring their faith to bear in their work navigating and working to heal the frayed political and cultural terrains of today’s political landscape, in a conversation moderated by Rabbi Shira Stutman.
The 2020 Democratic primary field is taking shape. Nate Silver, Clare Malone, Micah Cohen, and Galen Druke discuss how one of the most crowded presidential primary contests in history could play out.
In Conversation with David Epstein
From the New York Times bestselling author of The House of the Spirits, A Long Petal of the Sea is an epic novel spanning decades and crossing continents as it follows two young people fleeing the aftermath of the Spanish Civil War in search of a place to call home.
The best-selling authors of Half the Sky and A Path Appears address the crisis in working-class America while focusing on solutions to mend a half century of governmental failure in Tightrope: Americans Reaching for Hope.
In Conversation with Jodi Rudoren
Michael Barbaro, host of The New York Times’ pillar podcast “The Daily,” and Jodi Rudoren, editor-in-chief of The Forward will have a lively discussion of the 2020 political landscape. With primary voting about to start, and three Jewish candidates in the crowded Democratic field, they’ll talk about how the issues many Jews care about are playing out in the race and how they view the campaign as journalists — who are both Jewish.
In Conversation with Jamelle Bouie
In Why We’re Polarized, the editor-at-large and cofounder of Vox reveals the structural and psychological forces behind America’s descent into division and dysfunction and what that polarization has done to the way we see the world and one another.
This feature documentary follows the stories of three women in a re-entry house as they attempt to acclimate to life after being released from incarceration and battling addiction. A Q&A with co-director Hannah Dweck and others connected to the film follows the screening.
In Conversation with Kojo Nnamdi
In When My Time Comes, the renowned radio host examines the right-to-die movement from human, medical, legal, and ethical perspectives, and explores the arguments both for and against the issue.