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A podcast exploring critical issues facing America today - social justice causes, systemic racial oppression chief among them; an outdated, visionless and unsustainable foreign policy; a broken food system in which we are literally eating ourselves to death, and a political system so dysfunctional it feels almost beyond reform. All of this unfolding within a world of accelerating exponential technological change and in a country that doesn’t really know itself. Where myths and half-truths still define the narratives we believe in and live by. So who are we really, deep down? And how did we get here? What’s actually happening today, right now? And where do we go from here, together, as a nation and a people – in a future that is very much to be determined.

Latest Episodes

Ep. 14 Quincy Newell

Dave’s guest is Quincy Newell, currently the Chief Content Officer at REIGN, a premium on demand streaming service that delivers curated African American and urban culture themed content. Reign is but the latest chapter in Quincy’s long, distinguished career in the entertainment business working across music, television and film at companies like Codeblack, Lionsgate, Rhino Entertainment and Urbanworks Entertainment working with folks like Kevin Hart, Alicia Keys, Robert Townsend, Shaquille O’Neal and Forest Whitaker just to name a few.

61 MIN2019 JUL 30
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Ep. 14 Quincy Newell

Ep. 13 Betsy Hodges

Dave’s guestis Betsy Hodges, an activist, writer, teacher and former politician – most notably as mayor of Minneapolis where she served from 2014 to 2018 in a term that was marked in part by controversial police shootings and their aftermath during the early years of the #blacklivesmatter movement. Betsy speaks openly about her own history of childhood sexual abuse and path to sobriety as a young adult. She is a passionate advocate for social justice and honest dialogue about race in our society.

63 MIN2019 JUL 23
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Ep. 13 Betsy Hodges

Ep. 12 Eric Lockley & Deadria Harrington

Dave’s guests are Eric Lockley, an award-winning actor, writer, comedian and producer and Deadria Harrington, a creative producer and artist – these talented multi-hyphenates are part of the current leadership team at The Movement Theatre Company, whose mission is to create an artistic social movement by developing and producing new work by artists of color that engage audiences in rich theatrical dialogue, enlighten communities about the issues they face, and empower artists to celebrate their unique voices.

51 MIN2018 NOV 14
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Ep. 12 Eric Lockley & Deadria Harrington

Ep. 11 Donald Jonas

Dave’s guest is Donald Jonas, Executive Director of Care Ring, one of the oldest and largest privately-funded health and wellness agencies serving individuals with limited resources in North Carolina. Donald also serves as an adjunct professor at UNC-Charlotte and Queens University of Charlotte. He is passionate about improving the health and life outcomes of those less fortunate.

46 MIN2018 NOV 7
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Ep. 11 Donald Jonas

Ep. 10 David Vine

Dave's guest is David Vine, professor of Anthropology at American University. His absorbing and distressing 2015 bookBase Nation: How U.S. Military Bases Abroad Harm America and the Worlddeconstructs the conventional wisdom underpinning our nation’s vast global network of military installations and illuminates the many destructive consequences they cause.

44 MIN2018 OCT 31
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Ep. 10 David Vine

Ep. 9 Rob Richie

Dave’s guest is Rob Richie, President and CEO of Fair Vote, a leading non-profit nonpartisan champion of electoral reform here in the US. Fair Vote is probably best known as the driving force behind the Ranked Choice Voting movement. Rob helped co-found FairVote back in 1992 so he’s been engaged in this struggle for more than 25 years.

47 MIN2018 OCT 24
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Ep. 9 Rob Richie

Ep. 8 Kamal Sinclair (Part 2)

This is the second half of Dave’s conversation with Kamal Sinclair, Director of the Sundance Institute’s New Frontier Labs Program and a consultant to the Ford Foundation's JustFilms program.

53 MIN2018 OCT 17
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Ep. 8 Kamal Sinclair (Part 2)

Ep. 7 Kamal Sinclair (Part 1)

Dave's guest is Kamal Sinclair who currently serves as the Director of the Sundance Institute’s New Frontier Labs Program, which supports artists working at the convergence of film, art, media and technology – that means things like AR, VR and Data as storytelling mediums. She’s also a consultant to the Ford Foundation's JustFilms program focused on using emerging media as a tool for social justice. She’s been in the art game for a long time wearing many hats – artistic director, writer, producer even dancing in STOMP back in the day.

44 MIN2018 OCT 10
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Ep. 7 Kamal Sinclair (Part 1)

Ep. 6 Suzy Hansen

Dave's guest is journalist and author Suzy Hansen, whose first bookNotes on a Foreign Country: An American Abroad in a Post American Worldblends personal memoir and historical journalism to reflect on America’s complicated position in the world and the author’s own journey of self-discovery which unfolded over 10 years working and living in Turkey. A 2018 finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in General Non-Fiction, Hansen’s honest and compelling book deconstructs American exceptionalism and all the gnarly stuff it has wrought and continues to do so – both abroad, but also here at home.

52 MIN2018 OCT 3
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Ep. 6 Suzy Hansen

Ep. 5 Sallie Krawcheck

Dave’s guest is Sallie Krawcheck, Wall Street veteran turned entrepreneur as the CEO and Co-Founder of Ellevest, a digital investing platform for women. Sallie cut her teeth as one of the most senior women on Wall St. at places like Smith Barney, Merrill Lynch and Citibank before pivoting to a fintech start up, part of a clearly stated life’s mission - to help women reach their financial and professional goals.

40 MIN2018 SEP 26
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Ep. 5 Sallie Krawcheck

Latest Episodes

Ep. 14 Quincy Newell

Dave’s guest is Quincy Newell, currently the Chief Content Officer at REIGN, a premium on demand streaming service that delivers curated African American and urban culture themed content. Reign is but the latest chapter in Quincy’s long, distinguished career in the entertainment business working across music, television and film at companies like Codeblack, Lionsgate, Rhino Entertainment and Urbanworks Entertainment working with folks like Kevin Hart, Alicia Keys, Robert Townsend, Shaquille O’Neal and Forest Whitaker just to name a few.

61 MIN2019 JUL 30
Comments
Ep. 14 Quincy Newell

Ep. 13 Betsy Hodges

Dave’s guestis Betsy Hodges, an activist, writer, teacher and former politician – most notably as mayor of Minneapolis where she served from 2014 to 2018 in a term that was marked in part by controversial police shootings and their aftermath during the early years of the #blacklivesmatter movement. Betsy speaks openly about her own history of childhood sexual abuse and path to sobriety as a young adult. She is a passionate advocate for social justice and honest dialogue about race in our society.

63 MIN2019 JUL 23
Comments
Ep. 13 Betsy Hodges

Ep. 12 Eric Lockley & Deadria Harrington

Dave’s guests are Eric Lockley, an award-winning actor, writer, comedian and producer and Deadria Harrington, a creative producer and artist – these talented multi-hyphenates are part of the current leadership team at The Movement Theatre Company, whose mission is to create an artistic social movement by developing and producing new work by artists of color that engage audiences in rich theatrical dialogue, enlighten communities about the issues they face, and empower artists to celebrate their unique voices.

51 MIN2018 NOV 14
Comments
Ep. 12 Eric Lockley & Deadria Harrington

Ep. 11 Donald Jonas

Dave’s guest is Donald Jonas, Executive Director of Care Ring, one of the oldest and largest privately-funded health and wellness agencies serving individuals with limited resources in North Carolina. Donald also serves as an adjunct professor at UNC-Charlotte and Queens University of Charlotte. He is passionate about improving the health and life outcomes of those less fortunate.

46 MIN2018 NOV 7
Comments
Ep. 11 Donald Jonas

Ep. 10 David Vine

Dave's guest is David Vine, professor of Anthropology at American University. His absorbing and distressing 2015 bookBase Nation: How U.S. Military Bases Abroad Harm America and the Worlddeconstructs the conventional wisdom underpinning our nation’s vast global network of military installations and illuminates the many destructive consequences they cause.

44 MIN2018 OCT 31
Comments
Ep. 10 David Vine

Ep. 9 Rob Richie

Dave’s guest is Rob Richie, President and CEO of Fair Vote, a leading non-profit nonpartisan champion of electoral reform here in the US. Fair Vote is probably best known as the driving force behind the Ranked Choice Voting movement. Rob helped co-found FairVote back in 1992 so he’s been engaged in this struggle for more than 25 years.

47 MIN2018 OCT 24
Comments
Ep. 9 Rob Richie

Ep. 8 Kamal Sinclair (Part 2)

This is the second half of Dave’s conversation with Kamal Sinclair, Director of the Sundance Institute’s New Frontier Labs Program and a consultant to the Ford Foundation's JustFilms program.

53 MIN2018 OCT 17
Comments
Ep. 8 Kamal Sinclair (Part 2)

Ep. 7 Kamal Sinclair (Part 1)

Dave's guest is Kamal Sinclair who currently serves as the Director of the Sundance Institute’s New Frontier Labs Program, which supports artists working at the convergence of film, art, media and technology – that means things like AR, VR and Data as storytelling mediums. She’s also a consultant to the Ford Foundation's JustFilms program focused on using emerging media as a tool for social justice. She’s been in the art game for a long time wearing many hats – artistic director, writer, producer even dancing in STOMP back in the day.

44 MIN2018 OCT 10
Comments
Ep. 7 Kamal Sinclair (Part 1)

Ep. 6 Suzy Hansen

Dave's guest is journalist and author Suzy Hansen, whose first bookNotes on a Foreign Country: An American Abroad in a Post American Worldblends personal memoir and historical journalism to reflect on America’s complicated position in the world and the author’s own journey of self-discovery which unfolded over 10 years working and living in Turkey. A 2018 finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in General Non-Fiction, Hansen’s honest and compelling book deconstructs American exceptionalism and all the gnarly stuff it has wrought and continues to do so – both abroad, but also here at home.

52 MIN2018 OCT 3
Comments
Ep. 6 Suzy Hansen

Ep. 5 Sallie Krawcheck

Dave’s guest is Sallie Krawcheck, Wall Street veteran turned entrepreneur as the CEO and Co-Founder of Ellevest, a digital investing platform for women. Sallie cut her teeth as one of the most senior women on Wall St. at places like Smith Barney, Merrill Lynch and Citibank before pivoting to a fintech start up, part of a clearly stated life’s mission - to help women reach their financial and professional goals.

40 MIN2018 SEP 26
Comments
Ep. 5 Sallie Krawcheck
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