When Zoë Quinn’s life was upended by Gamergate, she built a system to help other victims of online abuse.
A Brief History of RacismIbram X. Kendi on the history of racist thought and how racist policies are the cradle of racist ideas.
Military HerstoryTracy Crow and Jerri Bell share the words of women in the military from the Revolutionary War to now.
Policing the Black ManAngela J. Davis leads a panel of legal experts in a discussion about race and criminal justice.
Fighting for the NarrativeAlexandra Fuller on how America’s dominant narrative was shaped by white supremacy.
Don’t Ask Me About the Wall!Crime novelist Don Winslow on the war on drugs, police reform, and Hollywood.
Anatomy of TerrorFormer FBI agent Ali Soufan on the past, present, and future of Islamist terrorism.
Richard Rothstein speaks With Ta-Nehisi Coates About Forgotten HistoryThey discuss residential segregation and the myths that obscure it.
Killers of the Flower MoonDavid Grann on the Osage murders, a racist, avaricious conspiracy in the last days of the Wild West.
The Moral Argument for ChoiceDr. Willie Parker explains how his Christian faith lead to his belief in a woman’s right to choose.
Nixon: The Man Behind the CaricatureJohn A. Farrell on the complicated life and legacy of Richard Nixon.
Resisting Tyranny: Learning From 20th-Century EuropeTimothy Snyder compares totalitarian Europe to contemporary America in his new book, On Tyranny.
How to Be a MuslimHaroon Moghul has some thoughts on being Muslim in the 21st century—and they involve Star Wars analogies.
A Coming of (Middle) Age StoryTom Perrotta reads from his novel Mrs. Fletcher and explains why he wanted to call it The Milf.
Worth the WaitMatthew Klam returns with his first book in 17 years and explains the delay to CNN’s Jake Tapper.
The Trouble With RealityBrooke Gladstone pulls back the curtain on the media in the age of fake news and alternative facts.
Microcosm, USAAmy Goldstein on the impact of the 2008 Great Recession in Janesville, Wisconsin, and how it reflected the entire U.S.
Failing GracefullyCory Doctorow on his new novel Walkaway and how the measure of a society is how well it falls apart.
What to Do About Climate Change?A panel of experts discusses how to thwart climate change and politicians’ antipathy toward it.
Madame PresidentHelene Cooper on how Liberia’s women banded together to elect Africa’s first female president.
A Human CivilizationMohsin Hamid reads from his new book Exit West and shares his vision for a unified future.
The State of Immigration in AmericaScott Michelman, Nithya Nathan-Pineau, and Faiza Patel discuss Immigration with Politics and Prose co-owner Lissa Muscatine.