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Ibram X. Kendi, director of the Center for Antiracism Research at Boston University and author of STAMPED FROM THE BEGINNING: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America talks to Clive Priddle, VP, Publisher of PublicAffairs.
Dr, Zeke Emanuel, former advisor to President Biden’s coronavirus task force and author of THE TRILLION DOLLAR REVOLUTION and WHICH COUNTRY HAS THE WORLD’S BEST HEALTH CARE? talks to Clive Priddle, VP, and Publisher of PublicAffairs.
Keion Henderson, senior pastor of The Lighthouse Church and author of THE SHIFT talks to Clive Priddle, VP, and Publisher of PublicAffairs.
Sarah Blaskey, Miami Herald journalist and co-author of THE GRIFTER’S CLUB talks to Clive Priddle, VP, and Publisher of PublicAffairs.
Rick Steves, travel writer and America’s leading authority on European travel discusses the value of travel as a political act and a mean to become a better global citizen with Clive Priddle, VP, and Publisher of PublicAffairs.
Becky Cooper, author of WE KEEP THE DEAD CLOSE discusses the inspiration behind writing her book based on an unsolved Harvard murder from the 1960s with Clive Priddle, VP, and Publisher of PublicAffairs.
Sarah Knight, author of THE NO F*CKS GIVEN GUIDES discusses her holiday book HOW TO NOT GIVE A F*CK AT CHRISTMAS, forming new traditions and conserving your joy during the holiday season with Clive Priddle, VP, and Publisher of PublicAffairs.
For a special roundtable episode, David Rothkopf, professor and author of NATIONAL INSECURITY, Keith Boykin, CNN political commentator and author of RACE AGAINST TIME and Elizabeth Becker, journalist and author of YOU DON’T BELONG HERE discuss the events of the January 6th attack on the Capitol.
Amber Ruffin, comedian and television host and her sister Lacey Lamar discuss their book YOU’LL NEVER BELIEVE WHAT HAPPENED TO LACEY and the everyday experiences of racism growing up in Nebraska with Clive Priddle, VP and Publisher of PublicAffairs.
Steven Levingston, nonfiction editor of The Washington Post and author of BARACK AND JOE discusses the relationship between Barack Obama and Joe Biden during their time in office together with Clive Priddle, VP and Publisher of PublicAffairs.
Michael Connelly, bestselling author of THE LINCOLN LAWYER series discusses forensic science, the inspiration for his hit character Mickey Haller and his view on the future of Los Angeles with Clive Priddle, VP and Publisher of PublicAffairs.
Damon Centola, sociologist and author of CHANGE discusses how Donald Trump mobilized Twitter during his presidency, how crowds influence individual behavior, the fall of the Berlin Wall and more with Clive Priddle, VP and Publisher of PublicAffairs.
Walter Mosley, celebrated crime-fiction writer and author of BLOOD GROVE discusses racial inequality in book publishing, being a teenager in the 1960’s, the honesty of the characters in his novels and more with Clive Priddle, VP and Publisher of PublicAffairs.
Kehinde Andrews, Professor of Black Studies at Birmingham City University and author of THE NEW AGE OF EMPIRE discusses the repercussions of Meghan Markle on the Royal Family, the role of white supremacy and more with Clive Priddle, VP and Publisher of PublicAffairs.
Philip Zelikow, Professor, former Executive Director of the 9/11 Commission and author of THE ROAD LESS TRAVELED discusses the successes in American diplomacy, the role of diplomats in history, the Cuban Missile Crisis and more with Clive Priddle, VP and Publisher of PublicAffairs.
Susan Page, USA Today Washington Bureau chief, vice presidential debate moderater and author of MADAM SPEAKER discusses Nancy Pelosi retiring, the Mike Pence fly fiasco, Nancy preparing herself to fight during the Capitol Riot and more with Clive Priddle, VP and Publisher of PublicAffairs.
Olivier Sibony, Affiliate Professor of Strategy at HEC Paris and co-author of NOISE discusses why people make bad judgements, the difference between noise and bias, how noise influenced the Harry Potter series and more with Clive Priddle, VP and Publisher of PublicAffairs.
Rachel Vogelstein, director of the Women and Foreign Policy Program at the Council of Foreign Relations and Meighan Stone, senior fellow in the Council of Foreign Relations’ Women and Foreign Policy program discuss their new book AWAKENING, the global success of the #MeToo movement, what Bill Cosby’s overturned conviction means and more with Clive Priddle, VP and Publisher of PublicAffairs.
Gretchen Young, Grand Central Publishing book editor and Kabir Sehgal, bestselling author discuss their book CARRY ON based on the final reflections of Congressman John Lewis, their relationship with the late Congressman, his connection to President Biden and more with Clive Priddle, VP and Publisher of PublicAffairs.
Abhijit V. Banerjee and Esther Duflo, MIT Professors, winners of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Economics and authors of GOOD ECONOMICS FOR HARD TIMES discusses the implications of COVID-19 globally, the decline in trust of governments, unsustainable global debts and more with Clive Priddle, VP and Publisher of PublicAffairs.