Stuart Kelter interviews Alan Katz about his many decades of experience as a publicly-funded, court-appointed, criminal appeals defense attorney in New York, who explains how it works and what it's like to defend clients, regardless of their innocence or guilt.
Stuart Kelter interviews Batya Kallus and Fida Nara -- an Israeli Arab in Nazareth and an American Jewish Israeli in Jerusalem -- about their human rights work in Israel.
Stuart Kelter interviews Vicki Aldrich and Al Galves on what it's like to belong the the Religious Society of Friends. (Originally broadcast on the Sunday Show in February, 2019.)
Stuart Kelter interviews NMSU history professor, Margaret Malamud, about her 2016 book, African Americans and the Classics: Antiquity, Abolition and Activism.
"For more than two centuries, the ancient world remained a vital and contested arena in which African Americans made claims of racial equality, citizenship, and freedom."
Stuart Kelter interviews Dan Margolies -- health and legal affairs editor, as well as senior reporter, at KCUR, the public radio station in Kansas City -- about the current challenges, long-standing obstacles, and recent disruptions faced by journalism in the era of COVID-19 and wide-spread protests against racial injustice.
Stuart Kelter interviews Josh Schreiber Shalem about the Feldenkrais Method® -- a mind-body approach based on becoming aware of and altering how one habitually moves -- used to overcome physical pain, improve movement, and even free up emotional expression, as in musical performance.
Stuart Kelter interviews Susan Fitzgerald about her recent, year-long experience of hosting an asylum-seeking family from Guatemala.
Stuart Kelter interviews Aliza Arzt, a speech therapist in the Boston area who treats adults with language impairments and swallowing difficulties.
Stuart Kelter interviews NMSU history professor, Iñigo García Bryce, about how racism and the concept of race itself are different in Latin America, as compared to the United States.
Stuart Kelter interviews Anna Lank, director for 15 years of the Standardized Patient Program at the Clinical Competence Center of New York, about how actors are used to train and evaluate the interpersonal and diagnostic skills of doctors and medical students.
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