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Thursday, September 26th

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Joseph Sakran, Md NEW

In 1994, an errant gunshot struck high-school senior Joseph Sakran in the throat. He survived and is now a trauma surgeon in one of America's most violent cities. Dr. Sakran sees the effects of gun violence every day, and in the faces of affected families, he is reminded of his own mom and dad.

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Friday, September 27th

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Jason Rafferty

Recently, the Trump administration proposed defining gender as an individual's assigned sex at birth. But the medical community-including Dr. Jason Rafferty-tells us gender is not so simply expressed.

Saturday, September 28th

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Mike Stanton

There are not a lot of examples of perfection in life-except in the world of sports. On rare and exciting nights, a baseball pitcher can throw a perfect game or a basketball player can have a perfect night shooting. But a perfect career-that's the rarest of accomplishments. Mike Stanton recounts the life of Rocky Marciano, who finished his heavyweight championship career with a perfect 49 and 0 record.

Wednesday, October 2nd

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Ian Reifowitz NEW

When Barack Obama became the 44th President of the United States, pundits and leading news outlets heralded the arrival of a "post-racial America." Some Americans, however, didn't see it that way. Ian Reifowitz documents the exploitation of race in the Obama years by one of America's prominent conservative opinion makers, Rush Limbaugh.

Thursday, October 3rd

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Michael Fine, Md NEW

The political debate over healthcare in the United States seems cyclical-it rises and falls with America's political calendar. Dr. Michael Fine argues that for patients and caregivers, issues like cost, access, and outcomes are real, they are present, and they often have life-and-death consequences.

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Friday, October 4th

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Joseph Sakran, Md NEW

In 1994, an errant gunshot struck high-school senior Joseph Sakran in the throat. He survived and is now a trauma surgeon in one of America's most violent cities. Dr. Sakran sees the effects of gun violence every day, and in the faces of affected families, he is reminded of his own mom and dad.

Saturday, October 5th

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Ilan Goldenberg NEW

In 2015, the United States and Iran concluded years of difficult diplomacy that froze Iran's nuclear weapons program. Just under three years later, in May of 2018, Donald Trump withdrew the United States from that agreement. Ilan Goldenberg warns that while neither the United States nor Iran want a war, the potential for miscalculation and stumbling into conflict is quite real.

Tuesday, October 8th

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Scott Hartley NEW

As education in STEM fields-science, technology, engineering and mathematics-has grown with the need for more "techies" in the workforce, the humanities have suf-fered. Scott Hartley argues that the future will need both "techies" and "fuzzies," indi-viduals grounded in the liberal arts and their insights into human needs and desires.

Wednesday, October 9th

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Maggie Smith

Maggie Smith, an award winning poet.

Thursday, October 10th

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Darnisa Amante

Students don't fail nearly as often as society fails students-especially students of color. The amount of research supporting the link between educational outcomes and socio-economic factors is staggering. Darnisa Amante develops strategies to help organization dismantle racism and build equity in communities, classrooms, and schools.

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Darnisa Amante

Students don't fail nearly as often as society fails students-especially students of color. The amount of research supporting the link between educational outcomes and socio-economic factors is staggering. Darnisa Amante develops strategies to help organization dismantle racism and build equity in communities, classrooms, and schools.

Thursday, October 17th

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Thursday, October 24th

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Thursday, October 31st

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