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Jeff Schechtman – WhoWhatWhy
Groundbreaking Investigative Journalism
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Are Psychedelics the Cutting Edge Treatment for Mental Illness?
Rick Doblin, a pioneering researcher on psychedelics, details how these once-criminalized drugs may afford whole new possibilities in the treatment of mental illness.
Sep 17, 2021
Iran, Russia, China, and the Taliban
Middle East scholar and author Shay Khatiri breaks down the realpolitik of the emerging relationships between the Taliban, Iran, Russia, and China. Spoiler alert: The US plays no role.
Sep 10, 2021
The Direct Line From 9/11 to January 6th
Award-winning journalist Spencer Ackerman examines how 9/11 opened the door to America’s worst historical impulses and led directly to Donald Trump and January 6th.
Sep 3, 2021
Labor Day and the Changing Nature of Work
This Labor Day marks a fundamental shift in the nature of work. What’s the future for employers and employees?
Aug 27, 2021
Stop the World… So America Can Get On
Andrew Bacevich, a retired Army officer, professor, and author, argues that American foreign and military policy must adapt to a radically changed and morally pragmatic world.
Aug 20, 2021
America Is No Longer a Serious Nation
A conversation with author, journalist, and professor Tom Nichols, who believes that the US has become a nation of adolescents and toddlers.
Aug 13, 2021
The News About the News
Harvard law professor Martha Minow on the state of the news business today, and why she thinks the government should play more of a role.
Aug 6, 2021
A Grassroots Victory Against Corporate Greed
The story of the water defenders — a community in El Salvador that took on an international mining corporation and, against impossible odds, won a historic victory.
Jul 30, 2021
Criminalizing Mental Illness
Why America’s punitive and often violent response to those with mental illness makes our communities less safe and more inhumane.
Jul 23, 2021
The Second American Revolution — Will It Ever Be Won?
A deep look at why cultural and political battles of the 1960s are far from over, and how the leaders gave us the world we live in today.