C.W. Goodyear is a presidential historian and biographer whose book on President James A. Garfield sheds light on our current political moment.
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Shauna VanBogart helps entrepreneurs find work that aligns with their self-identities. But what happens when your self-identity changes?
Ben Purkert’s journey to writing his first novel, The Men Can’t Be Saved, began with people questioning his love of poetry—as a man.
Yseult Polfliet Mukantabana and Hannah Summerhill (Kinswomen) became friends around race. Today, they facilitate cross-rational dialogue.
Alli Frank and Asha Youmans are co-authors of novels that tell women-centered stories through humor, wit, and joy.
Behavioral scientist N. Chloé Nwangwu explains “woke backlash” as a predictable phenomenon based on history and known social dynamics.
We’re celebrating Disability Pride Month with a Best Of episode featuring a recent interview with author Brooke Ellison.
An Irish immigrant and 200 enslaved laborers were instrumental in building the White House. Why don’t we all know its true history?
What is resilience, anyway? Dr. Kate Lund is a clinical psychologist who specializes in helping kids, athletes, and teams build resilience.
Susan Justice’s award-winning picture book, Children Who Dance In The Rain, introduces kids to the idea of privilege in a diverse world.
For nearly a decade, Christine Macdonald lived a fast life as an exotic dancer. Her story is more relatable than you may realize.
We’re celebrating Pride Month with a Best Of episode featuring past interviews with speaker Eduardo Placer and author Wade Rouse.
Gary Ware is a Strategic Play Consultant who says that adults need to reclaim the power of play to counter-act chronic stress and burn-out.
Living with quadriplegia for 30+ years, Brooke Ellison wants you to know what our world is missing when it excludes those with disabilities.
After 14 years as a Federal prosecutor, Jared Fishman (Justice Innovation Lab) decided to start fixing the criminal justice system in a new way.
Katica Roy is a gender economist and the founder and CEO of Pipeline Equity who says that gender equity at work is possible in this lifetime.
This Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, we celebrate two past guests’ stories on navigating cultures and belonging.
In their book, Every Memory Deserves Respect, Michael Baldwin and Deborah L. Korn explore how EMDR therapy can help trauma survivors.
Aaron Johnson is a facilitator, speaker, and touch specialist who believes that touch, intimacy, and deep connection can dismantle racism.
Sasha Cagen helps women reclaim sensuality, intimacy, pleasure, and desire to counteract repressive stigmas and internalized oppression.
Dave Ursillo breaks down our recent, big interview with Margaret Wheatley through the lens of Joanna Macy’s “The Three Stories of Our Time.”
Margaret Wheatley is a best-selling author whose latest work centers on patterns of civilization collapse, and what to do about it.
Cher Hale uses public relations to help clients from historically marginalized identities get media recognition along their journeys of visibility.
Senior culture reporter for Vox.com, Alissa Wilkinson, talks art, algorithms, and how Hannah Arendt said friendship fights authoritarianism.
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