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Race, religion, gay rights and the new Republican Congress
From this Episode:
Understanding Jeff Sessions' stance on race
When Jeff Sessions was up for a federal judgeship under President Reagan in 1986, his nomination was rejected because of alleged racism. Now, he’s President-elect Donald...
Religious freedom and LGBTQ rights in 2017
The idea of religious freedom is being used to introduce legislation nationwide that is seen as anti-gay rights. How does that work?
Remembering John Berger who changed how we see art and advertising
John Berger taught generations of art lovers to look at paintings differently. A prolific art critic and author, Berger was best known for a 1972 BBC TV series and book...
Photos of Japanese incarceration shed new light on our un-American past
A new book of photographs illustrates the before and after of Japanese Americans being rounded up and imprisoned in camps.