This week, University of Louisville professor Susan Jarosi discusses free speech on college campuses, U of L’s closed search for a new president, Governor Bevin’s attitude toward public education, and more.
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This week, Morehead State professor Joe Dunman returns to the show to answer several questions about students’ rights: to pray, to form and join clubs, to refuse to participate in mandatory patriotic rituals, to publish journalism, and much more.
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This week, U of L professor Cate Fosl talks about the life and legacy of journalist and activist Anne Braden, the failure to media to appropriately cover deadly violence against women, and much more.
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Recent shows have focused a lot on education, so this week the show turns back to journalism with a focus on the “liberal media” shibboleth.
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This week, two guests discuss the education-related outcomes from the 2018 Kentucky General Assembly. We hear from union member, retired firefighter, and current educator Ronel Brown. Gay Adelmann also returns to the show. But first, we discuss Governor Matt Bevin’s attack on teachers and his hamfisted non-apology.
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In this episode, three Kentucky public school teachers — Diane McKim, Chris Applegate, and Robert Bell — discuss SB151, the wildcat sickout, potential job actions, the 2004 Kentucky teacher strike that almost happened, and disrespect for public school teachers.
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This week, I spoke with student journalists, a student activist, and a journalism teacher who were in Washington DC to cover and participate in the March For Our Lives. They critically evaluate media coverage of the movement and reflect on their roles.
Music: Concentration by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com). Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0.
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