Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas reflects on living in the United States as an undocumented immigrant. He's interviewed by Rinku Sen, senior strategist for Race Forward and author of "The Accidental American.
New York Magazine's Rebecca Traister traces the history of female anger and how it has fueled political movements. She's interviewed by Brittany Cooper, Rutgers University Women's & Gender Studies professor and author of "Eloquent Rage.
Emory University professor Carol Anderson chronicles the changes to voting requirements following the 2013 Supreme Court ruling in Shelby v. Holder. She's interviewed by Representative Jamie Raskin (D-MD)
Political writer Derek Hunter offers his thoughts on how progressives influence academia, the media, and pop culture to advance their agenda. He's interviewed by Brent Bozell, Founder and President of the Media Research Center
Obama Administration Edcuation Secretary Arne Duncan discusses the success and failures of schools in America. He's interviewed by Kaya Henderson, former Chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools
Economist Dambisa Moyo discusses why democracies around the world are failing to produce economic growth. She's interviewed by Jason Furman, former Chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers during the Obama Administration
Former intelligence officer Malcolm Nance examines cyber warfare and other tactics used by Russia to interfere with the 2016 Presidential election. He's interviewed by Suzanne Spaulding, Former Homeland Security Under Secretary during the Obama admin.
Mark Adams shares his experience retracing the 1899 Harriman Expedition through Alaska and explores the differences in the region's climate and environment, then and now. He's interviewed by Washington Post reporter Libby Casey
CNN political commentator Amanda Carpenter argues that President Trump is using gaslighting strategies to manipulate the American people. She's interviewed by S.E. Cupp New York Daily News Columnist and Host of HLN's "SE Cupp Unfilitered.
Mohammed Al Samawi details his journey to escape death threats and the war in Yemen after becoming an interfaith activist by connecting globally with Jews & Christians via social media. He's interviewed by Washington Post religion reporter Julie Zauz
Physician Mona Hanna-Attisha details her efforts to provide scientific evidence that children in Flint, Michigan, were being exposed to lead poisoning through the water supply. She's interviewed by Senator Gary Peters (D-MI)
Maryland Congressman John Delaney, the first Democrat to declare for president in 2020, offers his vision for America. He's interviewed by Donna Brazile, former Chair of the Democratic National Committee
Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes discusses his plan to reduce poverty and strengthen the middle class by offering working people a guaranteed income paid for by the one percent. He is interviewed by Rep. Don Beyer (D-VA)
Journalists David Corn and Michael Isikoff report on how Russian hackers attempted to influence the 2016 Presidential election. They are interviewed by Democratic Representative Joaquin Castro of Texas
Human Rights Campaign press secretary Sarah McBride discusses her life as a transgendered person and LGBTQ rights. She is interviewed by Vanita Gupta, former head of the U.S. Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division during the Obama administrati