Wes and Kate sit down with author and journalist Linda Hervieux to hear about her backstory and research on African-American soldiers in World War II.
In a “post-truth” era, how can we make sure to rely on credible information grounded in empirical evidence? Dr. Lee Jussim sits down with Zach and Wes to discuss the dangers of relying on unsubstantiated claims -- for example, how do we know that stereotypes really are inaccurate? -- and his journey from public housing in Brooklyn to the forefront of social psychology research.
Skip and Kate sit down with Cornell Brooks, President and CEO of the NAACP, to discuss his beginnings as a social justice advocate, racial progress made in the Obama years, and how to channel energy from the Women's March into a sustained political movement.