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Innovations in Climate Science
September 08, 2021

Climate change is the most important issue of our day. But sometimes measures that would prevent further global warming can feel so large that it is hard to believe that they would actually happen. So, Julian talked to to Eban Goodstein, the director at a

Effects of Decarceration in California
September 01, 2021

Mass incarceration is a topic that is widely talked about and the implied solution is that we need fewer people in prison. Dr. Kubrin, a professor at UC Irvine, has researched two California processes (Realignment and Prop 47) that actually decreased pris

How Policing Could Work
August 25, 2021

2020 was simultaneously a year of a radical reimagining of policing and also a year in which the importance of effective public safety became even more apparent as the United States experienced a huge increase in homicides. David L. Weisburd is the Execut

Social Networks and Crime
August 18, 2021

2020 saw homicide and other violent crime spike. Crucial to understanding what policy steps should be taken to prevent violent crime is understanding the root causes of it. Kyshawn Smith is an Assistant Professor at Radford University who studies how soci

West Coast Fires
September 16, 2020

So much is going on this week in the world. There's a lot of bad, like COVID, appalling comments from Trump and the fact that the movie Mulan thanked Chinese government officiants who are committing the genocide of Uigher Muslims. There's also s

Back to School
September 09, 2020

As schools across the country head back to school (virtually or physically), Julian briefly explains the drama around going back to school. Then, Julian talks to New Yorker columnist Keith Gessen about this complex issue in New York City and his experienc

How Social Media Influences Our World View
September 02, 2020

How do you know what is the truth on social media? This week, Julian gives some tips on which social media apps are best, and how political headlines influence the way we thing.Don't forget to give us a review and 5 stars!Follow us on Instagram @wev

Make Change
August 26, 2020

Is politics just doom and gloom? How can kids make change if they can't even vote? This week, Julian gives you some hope. He interviews Abe Rothstien, organizer of March for Our Lives Brooklyn.Don't forget to like, rate, review and subscribe!

What's Happening at the Post Office and Why it Matters
August 19, 2020

This week, Julian explains everything going on at the Post Office. He breaks down the current issue, how we got here, why this is happening, why it matters, and how this can be solved (DISCLAIMER: This episode was recorded early Tuesday, August 18)  Addit

Sports During Covid and Getting to Know Kamala Harris
August 12, 2020

This week, Julian breaks down how different sports have fared during the pandemic and introduces Vice Presidential nominee, Kamala Harris, both who she is and what she believes in. Additionally, Julian interviews professor Benjamin Railton about the way t