Bill Moyers sit down with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to discuss the most pressing global issues faced by present-day women leaders.
- September 18, 2020
- June 25, 2020Bill Moyers talks with journalist Jeff Sharlet, whose reporting for Vanity Fair describes how Trump the orator has turned his re-election campaign into a militant crusade fueled by conspiracy theories and rhetoric that incites violence.
- June 18, 2020
Let us name the system: "racial capitalism."
- March 3, 2020Bill talks to psychiatrist and author Robert Jay Lifton about Trump, lies and dueling realities. “It’s a kind of purity of a single authoritarian person who claims to have nobility and claims that he alone and no one else can save the country. And by implication, the world. It’s pure megalomania,” Lifton says.
- February 14, 2020The Judith Davidson Moyers Women of Spirit Lecture
- February 1, 2020
David Grossman is the author of numerous works of fiction, nonfiction, and children’s literature. His writing has appeared in THE NEW YORKER and has been translated into more than forty languages. He is the recipient of many prizes, including the Premio Ischia international award for journalism and the Albatross Prize given by the Günter Grass Foundation. His most recent book, the novel A HORSE WALKS INTO A BAR, won The Man Booker International Prize in ...
- August 4, 2019
Richard Rodriguez is a journalist and essayist. His most recent work, DARLING: A SPIRITUAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY, was published in 2013. The essay collection is a meditation on the Abrahamic religions after 9/11. Over the course of his career, Rodriguez has earned several prizes for his work, including a Peabody Award for essays that he presented on The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer.
- August 9, 2017
Pema Chödrön continues to teach in Buddhist monasteries in the United States and Canada. She has written several books including: THE WISDOM OF NO ESCAPE, WHEN THINGS FALL APART, and most recently, WELCOMING THE UNWELCOME. In 2006, The Pema Chodron Foundation was founded in order to help ensure that Pema’s work can be supported sustainably into the future.