In Human Terms, Ep. 13: “Masculinity-In Crisis or Evolving?”

Toxic masculinity is a term that is thrown about frequently in the media. But, what is toxic and what is masculinity? Do we need to adapt masculinity to our modern times? Or are we evolving beyond it? Today, we will explore these topics with Brandon Wadley, an Indianapolis based musician who identifies as a married,…

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In Human Terms, Ep. 12: “Abortion & the Pro-Life Agnostic”

When it comes to women’s rights one topic in America continues to be a point of tension: abortion. And people tend to fall into one of two categories: Pro-choice or Pro-life. Is abortion inherently bad? Is it inherently good? Or is it a necessary tool women need to navigate an unjust system? Today, we speak…

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In Human Terms, Ep. 10: “Environmentalism: Adventuring in Innovation pt. 2”

*This is pt. 2 of our two part episode, “Environmentalism: Adventuring in Innovation.” To get the full context of our conversation, I encourage you to listen to part one and then come back. One of the few things everyone can agree on is that we need the earth and we hope it stays around for…

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In Human Terms, Ep. 9: “Environmentalism: Adventuring to Innovation pt. 1”

One of the few things everyone can agree on is that we need the earth and we hope it stays around for awhile. Yet, while many people admit that we should probably drive less and not kill so many sea turtles with straws, Americans remain divided on when that should happen. There are those that…

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In Human Terms, Ep.8: “Black in America pt. 2”

*This is part two of our two part series, Black in America. A conversation with Joy Gilmer Marseille, an old family friend, black woman, and educator sharing her thoughts about what it’s like to be a black woman in America today. To get the full context of our discussion, I encourage you to listen to…

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In Human Terms, Ep.7: “Black in America”

It’s February and that means that the United States of America is officially celebrating black history month. Yet, for a country that has an entire month dedicated to celebrating its black people, America’s relationship with its melanin enriched citizens remains complicated. So, what’s it like to be a black person in a country that on…

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In Human Terms, Ep. 6: “Shutdown for What? The Wall.”

We only have seven days left before the three week timer on the government shutdown runs out. What’s at stake? Funding to build a wall between Mexico and the United States. Though a wall may stem the flow of migrants for a time, it doesn’t address the larger problems that have made the US immigration…

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In Human Terms, Ep. 5: “Take Your President to Work Day”

It can seem like an impossible request these days to ask democrats and republicans to work together. The recent government shutdown shows just how entrenched party lines can be. Where the 35 days of an inoperable government was the longest in U.S. history, President Trump has only promised a three week reprieve before the fight…

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In Human Terms, Ep. 4: “Hunters vs. Madmen: Guns in America”

Few subjects have challenged almost every American’s sense of safety and freedom like that of gun control. As a country, we are divided on this. One side sees the gun and the second amendment as an American birthright to protect our liberty . And the other side counts the casualties of gun violence as too…

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