In a world where religion poisons some lives but gives profound purpose to others, how do we learn to live together? Join veteran journalist Bill Moyers (Joseph Campbell and the Power of Myth, Bill Moyers' Journal) as he sits down with 12 noted writers and thinkers from a wide spectrum of beliefs to discuss their search for meaning.
Continuing his long-running conversation with the American public, Bill Moyers returned to television in January 2012 with Moyers & Company, a weekly series of smart talk and new ideas by insights by America's strongest thinkers.
Bill Moyers chronicles two ordinary families one black, one white for two decades.
By striking down the Voting Rights Act of 1965, the Supreme Court effectively declares an end to racism in America.
Stephen enjoys a sugary treat.
The Supreme Court rules on gay marriage, America officially enters its post-racial phase, and Bill Moyers discusses 'Two American Families.'
Following the Supreme Court's DOMA ruling, traditional marriage is as defenseless as a freshman frat pledge about to go through the spanking machine.
Slate's Emily Bazelon reassures Stephen that the Supreme Court's Proposition 8 decision won't invalidate his marriage.
Bill Moyers discusses the decline of the middle class portrayed in his 'Two American Families' documentary and recalls the history behind the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
The Constitution is ruled gay, Emily Bazelon breaks down the Supreme Court's rulings, and Bill Moyers discusses the decline of middle-class America.
How dog whistle politics use race to influence your vote.
Just beneath the surface in Washington, there's a Deep State running everything. And you didn't vote for it.
"The Wire" and "Treme" producer David Simon is back to talk about how moneyed interests have purchased the American government. And scholar and activist Lawrence Lessig leads a trek through frozen New Hampshire to put political corruption on ice.
The showdown nears for the Keystone XL pipeline, and Bill McKibben says it's time for Barack Obama to stand up to oil companies and just say no.
Journalist and television producer David Simon on America as "a horror show," the divided state of the union and the vast gap between rich and poor.
From the far reaches of the universe, a return to Earth with astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson to talk about science, politics, and democracy.
More from Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson on Science, Religion and Our Expanding Universe.
Neil deGrasse Tyson on the New Cosmos and our Dark Universe.
State of Conflict: North Carolina. The Battle for American Politics.
Providing Voices to the Voiceless.
Locked out of the American Dream.
Reflections on Violence - One Year after Newtown.
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