Publishers of 'atonement' essays face backlash in #MeToo era
Two media outlets have garnered backlash in recent weeks after featuring personal essays penned by disgraced radio hosts, reflecting on the aftermath of sexual assault and harassment allegations in the era of #MeToo.
Sept. 18, 2018 episode transcript
Full text transcript for September 18th episode
Laws to suppress black vote in U.S. are being drafted with 'horrific efficiency,' says author
In her new book, author and academic Carol Anderson explores the history of voter suppression in the U.S., and argues that a resurgence of those tactics affected the 2016 U.S. presidential election.