"What we have to remember at the end of the day is that education, in general, is about making sure students have knowledge and information and they understand both sides of varying issues," @andrewsparfea
wamu.fm/3kSjxFK@dhume@khanumarfa "If the [Modi BBC] documentary was not banned, I think not so many people would watch the documentary as they are now," @khanumarfa says. "The government should realize that In 2023 it is impossible to ban information."
Jan 30 • 8 tweets • 4 min read
We're live, talking about alcohol, dry January, and how much we drink.
@StinaMair, Aaron White, Khadi A. Oluwatoyin, and Derek Brown are with us.
"There's a large swath of Americans that are thinking more about alcohol... deaths around alcohol jumped 20 percent in the first year of the pandemic," says Aaron White with @NIAAAnews. "We seem to be moving in two directions at once."
wamu.fm/3KHYSLD@GabbyOrr_@AliDagnes@SarahLongwell25 "There are four candidates running in this race that are very much neck-and-neck and none of them have been running on the matter of abortion," says @GabbyOrr_ of Ohio's primary. "Almost all of them have been running on immigration, inflation and the economy."
May 2, 2022 • 10 tweets • 4 min read
We're live, looking at where Elon Musk is going to come up with $44 billion for the site/app you're currently on.
"You're giving people a way to live and re-live history ... the sounds take you there," says @LibnOfCongress.
We couldn't agree more.
Apr 13, 2022 • 8 tweets • 4 min read
We're live, talking to WBEZ's @shannon_h about the new podcast "Motive."
wamu.fm/3E72Snv@shannon_h The new season of "Motive" explores the opaque parts of our criminal justice system – when people serving time fall victim to physical, emotional and mental abuse. @shannon_h says "It's important to talk about larger pictures, not just the sensational cases."
Apr 13, 2022 • 9 tweets • 6 min read
We're live, talking about who would hold Russia accountable for war crimes.
wamu.fm/3M0SuQN@alexgwhiting@AUWCL "The laws of war regulates how wars can be conducted. But it doesn't tell us when a war is illegal but rather it seeks to protect civilians and structures like schools and churches." Diane Orentlicher of @AUWCL