On this week’s 51%, we hear about women-directed films at the upcoming Woodstock Film Festival. We’ll meet a woman who is a deputy fire chief and see how VA medical centers fare when it comes to providing services for women.[Continue reading...] about #1419: WFF Has Several Women-Directed Films; Services Pale For Female Veterans
Host Dr. Alan Chartock in conversation with Newsday Albany Bureau Chief Yancey Roy.[Continue reading...] about #1641 – Yancey Roy Of Newsday
WAMC’s Alan Chartock hosts this special Power of Words program with Professor and Author Allida Black on First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt’s Declaration of Human Rights Speech.[Continue reading...] about Power Of Words: Eleanor Roosevelt’s Declaration Of Human Rights Speech
It’s 2010. The Supreme Court is hearing the infamous case that decided elections law in the United States… Citizens United v. Federal Elections Commission. You’ll often hear political candidates cite the case when talking about how campaigns are funded and thus sometimes unjustly balanced. This week’s episode comes from WAMC Programming Intern, Stefan Lembo Stolba. […][Continue reading...] about What Is Citizens United?
The co-founder of The Omega Institute Elizabeth Lesser’s new book Marrow tells her story of sisters who in the face of a bone-marrow transplant – one the donor, one the recipient – begin a quest for acceptance, authenticity, and – most of all – love.[Continue reading...] about #1472 – Elizabeth Lesser
On this week’s show they talk about the role of the moderator in Presidential debates, how Lester Holt did, how 60 percent of Americans want moderators to fact-check the debate, and much more.[Continue reading...] about #1322: Debate Fact-Checking And The Role Of The Moderator