New America Podcasts

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This feed includes all MP3 recordings published on NewAmerica.net, from short interviews to full-length event audio.

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The Weekly Wonk: The Iraqi Triage

June 26, 2014

First, a special summer encore edition of the Weekly Wonk: Brigid Schulte makes the case for working less. Later, a conversation about the situation in Iraq – is it an imminent disaster that calls for immediate U.S. Intervention? Or should we learn from past lessons and proceed with caution?

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New America NYC: The Director

June 25, 2014

David Ignatius is as well known a novelist as he is a journalist with decades of experience covering foreign affairs and national security issues. And his newest novel, the American spy thriller The Director, fits right into the cannon he has become known for.

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New America NYC: The New Civil Rights Agenda

June 24, 2014

In collaboration with the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund

Stop-and-Frisk. Voter ID laws. Jim Crow Redux. Reparations.

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The Weekly Wonk: Reparations Revisited & That Precious Power

June 19, 2014

This week, Atlantic correspondent Ta-Nehisi Coates extends the conversation he started with his June cover story, The Case for Reparations.

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The Weekly Wonk: How Soccer Has Changed the World

June 12, 2014

This week - why soccer means more than goals, how the sport has changed racial politics throughout the world and how FIFA's confused - and sometimes corrupt – politics could threaten the sport's future.

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Assets Podcast: Chasing the American Dream

June 5, 2014

Rachel Black with New America’s Asset Building Program talks with Mark Rank and Tom Hirschl about their new book, Chasing the American Dream.

New America NYC: Leadership, Innovation and Ideas Series Featuring Ta-Nehisi Coates

June 5, 2014

Ta-Nehisi Coates, senior editor of The Atlantic, joins New America President and CEO Anne-Marie Slaughter in the fifth installment of our Leadership, Innovation and Ideas series to discuss racism, equality and his recent piece on the case for reparations.

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