Jun 20, 2022
Protecting America’s Future.
Children are not allowed to vote, but they have the most vested interest in America’s future. Today we hear from experts about how the way complex political fights affect minors and what can be done about them.
Simon Workman works on policy solutions that will improve the...
Jun 13, 2022
The trap of poverty wages.
According to researchers, the number of Americans living at or near the poverty line has risen sharply since the beginning of the pandemic. This week, we hear from experts about the plight of poverty-wage workers around the world and the best strategies for combatting those conditions...
Jun 6, 2022
Rebuilding our nation’s manufacturing muscle.
The supply chain is in the news lately, with most stories about it focusing on the end results for consumers. But how can government look out for the interests of American manufacturing workers in a way that protects their rights while strengthening domestic...
May 31, 2022
A minimum and maximum wage.
The minimum wage often stands in for a variety of different workers-rights issues in political debates. This week we dig into how minimum wage laws can function as part of a broader social agenda—and study their direct, and incredibly intriguing opposite.
May 23, 2022
Teachers at the front line of progressive politics.
How a wave of teachers strikes in red state America is changing the political landscape. Education advocate Jeff Bryant tells us why a record number of educators are running for office, and what they want.
In 2018, in some of the reddest states in our...