Gail Heriot

University of San Diego / US Commission on Civil Rights

Guest

Professor of law at the University of San Diego and a member of the US Commission on Civil Rights

Gail Heriot on KCRW

Two weeks ago, the Obama Administration directed that  gender identity should be the deciding factor , rather than gender at birth.

The Battle for Bathrooms

Two weeks ago, the Obama Administration directed that gender identity should be the deciding factor , rather than gender at birth.

from To the Point

Tomorrow, the US Supreme Court will take another look at making race and ethnicity part of admissions to elite public colleges and universities.

Does Affirmative Action Have a Future?

Tomorrow, the US Supreme Court will take another look at making race and ethnicity part of admissions to elite public colleges and universities.

from To the Point

More from KCRW

Panelists discuss how President Biden is doing one year into his tenure, what the U.S. can — and should — do about Russia, and what Republicans stand for in 2022.

from Left, Right & Center

More than 700 people face federal charges for storming the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The authors of “ Out of Office” discuss how telecommuting can make people feel an unhealthy need to constantly work, and why it’s problematic to tie so much of your identity to your…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The City of Los Angeles is seven years into an ambitious plan to end traffic-related deaths by 2025. So why are fatalities going up?

from Greater LA

Josh Barro’s final episode as host of Left, Right & Center

from Left, Right & Center

Josh, Liz and Ross talk about the omicron variant, vaccine fatigue and how we can get to a normal that makes sense.

from Left, Right & Center

After a decade of struggle, Koreatown has been united into a single district, thanks to a multigenerational, multicultural coalition that convinced the LA City Council to make the…

from KCRW Features

The story of the National Rifle Association involves infighting and backstabbing, million-dollar corruption, and a red-headed Russian spy.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Joseph Carson has spent most of his career as a federal employee challenging everything from the country’s nuclear weapons program to its whistleblower adjudication infrastructure.

from Scheer Intelligence