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The Weekly Wonk

A weekly podcast from the New America Foundation's new publication, the Weekly Wonk.

Episodes:

Type Released Title Description
03/05/2015 Get Your BA from the University of Everywhere Higher education is in crisis, in large part because - as Kevin C...
02/26/2015 Technology for the People, By the People If you use a smartphone or your kid has a tablet, you should alre...
02/06/2015 The Internet Everywhere, Really We can make planet-wide, always-on, high-speed(ish) Internet comm...
01/23/2015 Our (North American) Passport To A New America Borders are perhaps the biggest and most contentious issue when i...
01/21/2015 Being Unemployed Shouldn't Make You Unemployable In the story of the American Dream, the moral is that with hard w...
01/14/2015 Leisure Is the New Productivity Instead of working harder to be more productive, we need to work ...
12/16/2014 Securing Peace in an Age of Genocide How do we prevent atrocities like those in Bosnia and Rwanda from...
12/10/2014 Communities Before Categories We all know that increasingly, Hispanic Americans are at the fore...
12/03/2014 Muckraking: The New Old Human Rights Campaign What can the history of investigative journalism – or globa...
11/19/2014 The Hackers of Oz How do we win a war that can’t be seen? Anne-Marie Slaughte...
11/12/2014 Hacking Diversity in Tech and Beyond   The tech industry now admits it has a woman problem. ...
11/05/2014 Journalism's New Deep End How should we fill the information gap on Ebola and the Syrian ...
10/29/2014 The Weekly Wonk: Can We Save Good Local Journalism? It’s possible, says Perry Bacon, Jr., who believes that onl...
10/22/2014 The Weekly Wonk: History Is Happening Now In this episode, Slaughter talks with historian Khalil Muhammad, ...
10/15/2014 The Weekly Wonk: How A Sex Scandal Changed Democracy One week of presidential politics in the spring of 1987 changed p...
10/09/2014 The Weekly Wonk: Poverty Is a Majority Issue “The poor” aren’t other people – they&rsq...
10/01/2014 The Weekly Wonk: A New Kind Of Campus "Diversity" Promoting diversity in education was one the biggest and most wid...
09/24/2014 The Weekly Wonk: Why Populism Isn't Going Away Conventional wisdom and media narratives suggest that visible pop...
09/17/2014 The Weekly Wonk: A Different Kind of War Story Why do veterans miss war? That's the question that has animated t...
09/10/2014 The Weekly Wonk: Our Exotic Poverty Problem Why are some Americans choosing to fight malaria in Malawi o...
09/03/2014 The Weekly Wonk: Our War with Teachers Most of us can easily remember our favorite teachers. Yet as a wh...
08/28/2014 The Weekly Wonk: We Interrupt This Broadcast No, you're not imagining things: news media today is dominated by...
08/14/2014 The Weekly Wonk: How Good Is Your Networking Game? Are you really as connected as you think you are? New America Fel...
07/30/2014 The Weekly Wonk: Advantage: USA Quit worrying about China's ascendance. On one important measure,...
07/23/2014 The Weekly Wonk: Betting on Women Leaders Can we break the glass ceiling with dollars bills? On this episod...
07/16/2014 The Weekly Wonk: All the Leftover Ladies   To be single and 27+ in China is to be declared "left...
07/10/2014 The Weekly Wonk: The Next Global Revolution We're at the beginning of a new global battle –  a rac...
06/26/2014 The Weekly Wonk: The Iraqi Triage First, a special summer encore edition of the Weekly Wonk: Brig...
06/19/2014 The Weekly Wonk: Reparations Revisited & That Precious Power This week, Atlantic correspondent Ta-Nehisi Coates extends the co...
06/11/2014 The Weekly Wonk: How Soccer Changed World This week - why soccer means more than goals, how the sport has c...


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