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Carlos Explains America
3 minutes | Jun 5, 2019
UCLA's Gabriel Rossman on the cultural impact of Bill Cosby's sentence
For coverage of Bill Cosby's sentence to 10 years in prison for sexual assault, I booked UCLA's sociology professor Gabriel Rossman to talk about the fall of Cosby, and the significance of this sentence in American society.
5 minutes | Jun 5, 2019
Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Ford's testimony impact on American society
After Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford's explosive testimonies before the Senate Judiciary Committee, I arranged for WTOP's Shawn Anderson and Hillary Howard to speak to Jean Sinzdak, associate director of the Center for American Women and Politics, about the social and cultural impact of this Supreme Court Justice confirmation process.
17 minutes | Jun 5, 2019
Unite the Right 2 rallies, WTOP coverage
On the anniversary of the deadly Charlottesville protests, a group of white nationalists traveled from Charlottesville to Lafayette square, where they were outnumbered by counterdemonstrators. Here are audio samples of WTOP's coverage of the demonstrations, from 3:00 to 5:30 pm.
17 minutes | Jun 5, 2019
WTOP interviews on the death of George H.W. Bush
WTOP anchors Mike Murillo and Kyle Cooper interviewed CBS Chief White House correspondent Major Garrett, former ABC White House correspondent Ann Compton, and presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin
8 minutes | Jun 3, 2019
Venezuela protests interview with Dimitri Sotis
Venezuela protests interview with Dimitri Sotis by Carlos Prieto
30 minutes | Aug 6, 2018
Walking across separated neighborhoods with Richard Rothstein
On this week's episode, Carlos talks to Richard Rothstein, Senior Fellow at the Haas Institute at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law and author of "The Color of Law", about the United States' history of housing and residential segregation. Rothstein tells the story of neighborhood separation, Jim Crow Laws, and policies that kept black Americans from opportunities many died for during the Civil War.
40 minutes | Jul 25, 2018
The real story behind illegal immigration, with Dr. Douglas Massey
On today's episode of CEA, Carlos talks with Princeton sociology professor Dr. Douglas Massey about the history of the southern border between the United States and Mexico, the migration policies that have shaped migration from the southern border and the implications it's had in the United States.
26 minutes | Jul 11, 2018
An insider's perspective on media distrust, with Gene Policinski.
Newseum's director Gene Policinski joins Carlos to talk about media trust, the importance of journalism and actual news, and the value of traditional, reliable news organizations.
19 minutes | Apr 25, 2018
Media distrust with Jonathan Ladd.
Carlos discusses why Americans distrust the media, when this came into being, and why it matters.
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