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The Value of Building Civic Friendships with Dr. Kerry Sautner Jun 12, 2023

What is the foundation of a democracy? Sharon welcomes guest Dr. Kerry Sautner, the chief learning officer at the National Constitution Center....

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Eight Iconic American Symbols with David Rubenstein Jun 09, 2023

How do iconic national symbols evolve and take on new meaning over time? Today, Sharon welcomes back David Rubenstein to talk about his new...

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The Teachers with Alexandra Robbins Jun 07, 2023

We all know education was turned upside down in March of 2020 from COVID. But what did this truly mean for educators? Author Alexandra...

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An America Divided by Region with Colin Woodard Jun 05, 2023

Do you ever feel like you're growing up in a different America than your relative, coworker, or even next door neighbor? Joining Sharon today is...

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The Real Dr. King with Jonathan Eig Jun 02, 2023

Do you ever wonder how Martin Luther King Jr would be viewed, if he were still alive today? Sharon talks with Jonathan Eig, the author...

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Life Worth Living with Miroslav Volf and Ryan McAnnally-Linz May 31, 2023

What does it mean to live a fulfilling life? Initially a class in Yale’s humanities program, Life Worth Living sought to find answers...

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Drama Free with Nedra Tawwab May 31, 2023

To kick off a new season of guest interviews, Sharon sits down with the amazing Nedra Tawwab: bestselling author, relationship therapist, and...

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From Hoovervilles to Hummingbirds in Space May 26, 2023

Do you celebrate National Beer Day on April 7th every year? Did you even know that we have a National Beer Day? We do! And it’s all thanks...

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The Tide Begins to Turn May 24, 2023

At its beginning, prohibition was spearheaded by outspoken women. Women who saw a need for social change and then set up the scaffolding to build,...

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Luck Be a Lady Governor May 22, 2023

In the middle of the 1920s, when Prohibition was at its peak, leaders and law enforcement could go one of two ways: they could crack down on...

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White Squares Off Against the KKK May 19, 2023

In its fight for a dry, anti-alcohol nation, the Anti-Saloon League recruited the Ku Klux Klan to join its mission to make Prohibition the law of...

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A Movie and a Man Who Revived the Klan May 17, 2023

 

How did one of the most popular movies in the country–a blockbuster of epic proportions–fuel the rebirth of the Ku Klux Klan?...

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