Dec 27, 2016
Dorothy Charles, of the national student group WhiteCoats4BlackLives, joins Shaun to talk about the long and complicated history of institutional racism in the medical and health establishments.
Dorothy referenced a number of materials to look into for those
who want to learn more:
The problem with race-based medicine,...
Dec 20, 2016
Shaun talks with the unabashed, uncensored, and unstoppable founder of The Tempest, Laila Alawa.
As an American Muslim, Laila knows that not all corners of the country are ready to accept her with open arms, but earlier this year, she became the target of a right-wing hate campaign. Hear how it's reinforced her belief...
Dec 13, 2016
Brian and Shaun discuss, in one contiguous take, Iñárritu's 2014 Best Picture winner.
Also discussed: "high" versus "low" art, viral celebrity, insecurity, reality and perception, dollar babies, and what Brian would do if we won the lottery.
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Dec 6, 2016
Disability activist Vilissa Thompson talks with Shaun about intersectionality, representation, and the intense labor of trying not to fulfill stereotypes.