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‘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.

Friday, July 15 – Friday, July 22

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Courting Justice Part 1

Courting Justice Part 2

This week features an hour-long special on the justice system called ‘Courting Justice’. Five influential judges engage in a frank conversation with Tavis Smiley and members of the public about how courts can deliver on the promise of ‘justice for all’. The judges featured on the panel 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.

Paul Pierson

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Paul Pierson

7/8/16

Paul Pierson, professor of Political Science at the University of California looks at why he thinks government has been good for America’s prosperity as outlined in his book, co-written with Jacob Hacker, American Amnesia: How the War on Government Led Us to Forget What Made America Prosper.

Rev. Jim Wallis – “America’s Original Sin”

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Rev. Jim Wallis

7/8/16

Rev. Jim Wallis has long been at the forefront of progressive theological thought. The prominent author, speaker and founder of the Christian organization Sojourners has written 12 books, including two New York Times bestsellers. His latest is America’s Original Sin: Racism, White Privilege, and the Bridge to a New America. Wallis joins us for a look at the impact of race on the presidential election campaigns.

Friday, July 8 – Friday, July 15

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Paul Pierson

Carlos Santana

Rev. Jim Wallis

Paul Pierson, professor of Political Science at the University of California looks at why he thinks government has been good for America’s prosperity as outlined in his book, co-written with Jacob Hacker, American Amnesia: How the War on Government Led Us to Forget What Made America Prosper.

Rev. Jim Wallis has long been at the forefront of progressive theological thought. The prominent author, speaker and founder of the Christian organization Sojourners has written 12 books, including two New York Times bestsellers. His latest is America’s Original Sin: Racism, White Privilege, and the Bridge to a New America. Jim Wallis joins us for a look at the impact of race on the presidential election campaigns.

Back in the early 1970s, Santana released its third studio album, appropriately titled “Santana III.” It was the final album recorded by the Woodstock-era members of the band – until now. Carlos Santana is reuniting with his old bandmates for “Santana IV,” their first studio album in 45 years. He joins us for his first interview since announcing the project.

Carlos Santana – “Santana IV”

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Carlos Santana

7/8/16

Back in the early 1970s, Santana released its third studio album, appropriately titled “Santana III.” It was the final album recorded by the Woodstock-era members of the band – until now. Carlos Santana is reuniting with his old bandmates for “Santana IV,” their first studio album in 45 years. He joins us for his first interview since announcing the project.

Rana Foroohar – ‘Makers and Takers’

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Rana Foroohar

7/1/16

Rana Foroohar, economic columnist for Time magazine and author of the book, Makers and Takers: The Rise of Finance and the Fall of American Business, examines why the same financial practices that brought global economies to the brink during ‘The Great Recession’ of 2008 are still being used today.

Dee Dee Myers – The latest on the Presidential race

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Dee Dee Myers

7/1/16

Former White House Press Secretary for Bill Clinton Dee Dee Myers shares her insights on the latest political news and trends.

Maxwell – “blackSUMMERS’night”

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Maxwell

7/1/16

R&B singer Maxwell has been credited for shaping the ‘Neo-Soul’ movement, along side the likes of D’Angelo and Erykah Badu. He has released his first album in seven years, called “blackSUMMERS’night.” He talks about the album and reflects on his 20 years in the music business.

Friday, July 1 – Friday, July 8

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Rana Foroohar

Maxwell

Dee Dee Myers

Rana Foroohar, economic columnist for Time magazine and author of the book, Makers and Takers: The Rise of Finance and the Fall of American Business, asks if and why the same financial practices that brought global economies to the brink during ‘The Great Recession’ of 2008 are being used today. Former White House Press Secretary for President Bill Clinton Dee Dee Myers shares her insights on the political campaigns and trends. R&B singer Maxwell talks about his latest album “blackSUMMERS’night.”