Protecting Coastal WetlandsCoastal wetlands host some of the richest biodiversity on the planet, yet are among the most threatened ecosystems in the world.
Emily Owen, Manager of the Protecting Coastal Wetlands and Coral Reefs Program at The Pew Charitable Trusts, joins host Tetiana Anderson to explain the importance of coastal habitats — and an opportunity to protect and restore them.
What Are ‘Fentapills’? What Young People Need to KnowCounterfeit prescription pills — primarily fentanyl — continue to drive the death toll in America’s opioid epidemic.
Ed Ternan, President of the nonprofit charity Song for Charlie, joins host Tetiana Anderson to share his family’s story — and how their personal experience sparked an educational campaign targeted at teens and young adults.
The COVID-19 Pandemic: Impact on FamiliesCOVID-19 has imposed additional stress on families, including impacts to employment and childcare. Now, emerging research reveals an increase in mental health concerns among families.
Marjorie Sims, Managing Director of Ascend at the Aspen Institute, offers insight into policies and practices to unlock prosperity for families.
Reimagining Black History in the ClassroomExperts say traditional K-12 education struggles to discuss Black history in an accurate, identity-affirming way.
Kaya Henderson, Co-founder and CEO of Reconstruction US, shares how students of all backgrounds can benefit from an education curriculum highlighting African American culture and contributions to American history.
Broadband Insecurity: Advancing Digital Equity and InclusionTelehealth offers a safe and convenient option for patients and health care providers to connect, but some communities face barriers to entry.
Nicol Turner-Lee, Director of the Center for Technology Innovation and Senior Fellow of Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution, shares how the COVID-19 pandemic greater emphasized the digital divide.
Time’s Up: Fighting the Culture of Sexual HarassmentThe #MeToo movement inspired the creation of "Time's Up" in 2018 — a global movement against sexual harassment in the workplace.
Sharyn Tejani, Director of the Time’s Up Legal Defense Fundat the National Women’s Law Center, discusses her work to help survivors of sexual abuse and harassment achieve justice.
Asian American Visibility in MediaAsian American representation in media has made great strides, but the fight for more visibility on screen continues.
Stephen Gong, Executive Director of the Center for Asian American Media, joins host Tetiana Anderson for a discussion on the importance of Asian and Asian American representation in film and television.
Transgender Rights: Progress and ChallengesIn February 2021, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Equality Act, hailed as landmark legislation that would extend civil rights protections based on gender identity and sexual orientation. At the same time, more than 25 states are considering legislation that will impact rights for transgender Americans.
Rodrigo Heng-Lehtinen, incoming Executive Director of the National Center for Transgender Equality, joins Tetiana Anderson to discuss progress made and challenges to transgender rights.
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A Path for Diversity on America’s Corporate Boards
Roosevelt Giles, Founder of the Herndon Directors Institute, joins host Tetiana Anderson to share how today, Herndon’s legacy serves as an inspiration to many — and how it’s helping to shape efforts to increase diversity on America’s corporate boards.