“Unum: Democracy Reignited” – Dr. Justin Gest: Majority Minority

Airdate: June 2022 Until now, most of our knowledge about responses to demographic change has been based on studies of individual people’s reactions, which tend to be instinctively defensive and intolerant. But how can leaders shape the public response to the changes citizens are reacting to? In Majority-Minority, Gest looks at six of the world’s few societies that have already experienced a majority-minority transition to understand what factors produce different

Intellectual Humility in a Polarized World

Airdate: May 2022 At a time when complex technology of all sorts is exploding, and voluminous information about the world is at our literal fingertips, one commodity in oddly short supply is intellectual humility. And in these polarized times, we’ve become shockingly convinced that somehow our political allies can decipher reality with utter clarity, and it’s only our ideological foes who are thoroughly, utterly, and so very dangerously WRONG. Turns

What 100 Coffees can teach us about being human

Airdate: May 2022 The Workmans, a husband-wife creative team in Tallahassee, help individuals, businesses, and organizations tell their story. Alex Workman has always had the goal of trying to have coffee with someone he’s never met once a week. In 2021 he embarked on a goal to meet 100 people by May. 163 coffees later he tells us what he learned. We think it will change your life. Find The

Lonely and Extreme: A conversation about how to address extremism

Airdate: April 2022 Given the dangerous rise of political extremism in America, it’s well past time we stopped wagging our fingers and do a bit of soul searching of our own about why our society is producing so many citizens unmoored from the connections that support moderation. Many experts point to the epidemic of loneliness or mass loneliness, what Hannah Arendt called “the seedbed of tyranny.” Others believe changes in

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