Nick A. Martin , staff writer at The New Republic covering Native and Indigenous People's issues and a member of the Sappony Tribe and Kevin Gover , director of the Smithsonian's and a member of the Pawnee Tribe, talk about what it means to claim Indigenous People's Day instead of federally recognized Columbus Day.
Later, Diane Fraher , filmmaker and founder of American Indian Artists Inc. also known as AMERINDA, a multi-arts organization for Native American artists joins as well.
Defending Against Global Propaganda
As under secretary of state for public diplomacy and public affairs under Obama, Rick Stengel , former editor of Time Magazine and the author of Information Wars: How We Lost the Global Battle Against Disinformation and What We Can Do About It (Grove Press, 2019), was at the center of U.S. efforts to combat Russian disinformation and ISIS propaganda in 2016. He shares that story.
Impeachment: Legal Guide
Cass Sunstein , Harvard Law School professor and the author of Impeachment: A Citizen's Guide (Penguin Books, 2019), and Henry Greenberg , president of the New York State Bar Association and partner at Greenberg Traurig, LLP, discuss the legal issues surrounding impeachment.
Quid Pro Quo or No? John Kasich on Impeachment, and the GOP Today
John Kasich , former governor of Ohio (R), and CNN senior commentator, talks about the state of the GOP, and whether or not he supports the impeachment inquiry. Plus, an argument for bottom-up activism, outlined in his new book It's Up to Us: Ten Little Ways We Can Bring About Big Change (Hanover Square Press, 2019).
How Trump Won the Republican Civil War
Tim Alberta , chief political correspondent for Politico Magazine and the author of American Carnage: On the Front Lines of the Republican Civil War and the Rise of President Trump (Harper, 2019), talks about the political news of the day and his book.