New Orleans and the Bounds of Surveillance, Affirmative Action Takes Center Stage, John Edgar Wideman's 'American Histories'

Michael Isaac Stein discusses his investigation for The Intercept, “New Orleans Surveillance Program Gives Powerful Tools to a Police Department with a History of Racism and Abuse.” Joshua Harmon, Jessica Hecht and Ben Edelman discuss “Admissions,” Harmon’s play on the painful contradictions of liberal White America. John Edgar Wideman blends memoir, philosophy, and history in his new book, American Histories. Expert nature navigator Tristan Gooley shares tips to open our eyes to the signs and sounds of nature, just in time for spring!

This episode is guest hosted by DW Gibson.

Original published: 2018-03-23 12:00:00 Read the full New York City News here


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