Posted:Aug 31, 2017
Culturally Determined | Aug 31, 2017 | Aryeh Cohen-Wade & William R. Black
Culturally Determined Writer Christa Blackmon explains why jokes made at Trump’s expense aren’t necessarily politically subversive. The DMZ Bill Scher and Matt Lewis weigh the senator’s political options. The Wright Show Social psychologist and 2017 MacArthur “Genius” grant winner Betsy Levy Paluck explains how narrative can open people to opposing worldviews. William R. Black and Jorge Juan Rodriguez V discuss how statecraft and religion can’t be separated in the telling of American and Puerto Rican history. Journalist Ryan Cooper and historian Thomas Knock, author of The Rise of a Prairie Statesman, compare George McGovern’s 1972 presidential campaign and Bernie Sanders’s 2016 primary run.
The Glenn Show Philippe Lemoine argues that state violence against blacks is exaggerated by the media.