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Exclusive interview – Corine Woodley

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Corine Woodley

7/29/16

In an exclusive conversation, Corine Woodley, the mother of Gavin Eugene Long, the military veteran who killed three police officers in Baton Rouge discusses the shootings, her son, and the impact the tragedy has had on the community and the nation.

Tom Ridge

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Tom Ridge

7/29/16

‘The Tavis Smiley Show’ takes a look at the Democratic Party’s platform on foreign policy, from an alternative point of view with former Secretary of Homeland Security, Tom Ridge.

Friday, July 29 – Friday, August 5

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Corine Woodley

Emilio T. Gonzalez

Tom Ridge

In an exclusive conversation, Corine Woodley, the mother of Gavin Eugene Long, the military veteran who killed three police officers in Baton Rouge talks about her son, and the impact of the tragedy. ‘The Tavis Smiley Show’ takes a look at the Democratic Party’s platform on key issues from an alternative point of view; former Secretary of Homeland Security, Tom Ridge, analyzes foreign policy and the Director of US Citizen and Immigration Services under George W. Bush, Emilio T. Gonzalez discusses the Democratic Party’s approach to immigration.

Emilio T. Gonzalez

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Emilio T. Gonzalez

7/29/16

With the backdrop of the Democratic National Convention, Former Director of US Citizen and Immigration Services under George W. Bush, Emilio T. Gonzalez discusses the Democratic Party’s approach to immigration.

Friday, July 22 – Friday, July 29

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Ralph Nader

Hilda Solis

Richard A. Clarke

Thomas Perez

It’s convention time and leaders and thinkers give an alternative take on the Republican Party’s platform on key issues. Consumer advocate, lawyer and former Presidential candidate Ralph Nader discusses the U.S social and political climate. Then, how can the United States approach foreign policy and national security in such a rapidly changing global climate? Richard A. Clarke, former National Co-ordinator for Security, Infrastructure Protection and Counter-Terrorism for the United States analyzes the Republican party’s approach to national security and foreign policy. Current Chair of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors and former Labor Secretary (under President Obama) Supervisor Hilda Solis — and current Secretary of Labor, Thomas Perez share their views on the job market and the economy.

Ralph Nader

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Ralph Nader

7/22/16

Consumer advocate, lawyer and former Presidential candidate Ralph Nader discusses the U.S social and political climate.

Richard A. Clarke

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Richard A. Clarke

7/22/16

Richard A. Clarke, former National Coordinator for Security, Infrastructure Protection and Counter-Terrorism for the United States analyzes the Republican party’s approach to national security and foreign policy.

Hilda Solis

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Hilda Solis

7/22/16

The Chair of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors and former Secretary of Labor under President Obama Supervisor Hilda Solis reflects on the job market.

Thomas Perez

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Thomas Perez

7/22/16

The current Labor Secretary, Thomas Perez gives his perspective on the current jobs market, the economy and potential ways to strengthen both sectors.

‘Courting Justice’ Town Hall’ Special

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Courting Justice

7/15/16

Five influential judges engage in a frank conversation about how courts can deliver on the promise of ‘justice for all’. The panelists are: Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye, Judge Jimmie Edwards of the 22nd Judicial Circuit in St. Louis, Missouri, Judge Daniel Buckley of the Superior Court of Los Angeles County, Judge Maria P. Rivera, of the California First District Court of Appeal and Chief Judge Eric T. Washington of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals. The show was produced in partnership with The National Center for State Courts and Loyola Law School.