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. 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. 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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In Human Terms, Ep. 1: “Introduction”

When it comes to conversations between democrats and republicans, I’m tired of: People yelling at each other People not listening to each other People demonizing each other And, believe me, I get that things are very bad in the world. I get that there are tremendous problems that have the consequence of human lives in the…

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