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Created by: A Kids Company About

USA 6-1011+

Started: April 27th, 2022

Status: Active, 11 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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Hearing Aid Accessibility
00:11:38 | Season: 1 | Episode: 10 | September 2nd, 2022

How does the new FDA ruling affect access to hearing aids? Sarah talks with audiologist Dr. Michelle Hu and mother Jessica Lewis about what this change means for those with hearing loss.

Seized Documents at Mar-a-Lago
00:14:30 | Season: 1 | Episode: 9 | August 19th, 2022

What did the FBI find during the search of former president Trump’s property? Sarah talks about the investigation at Mar-a-Lago. And what is monkeypox? Susan Michaels-Strasser, the assistant professor of epidemiology at the Columbia University Medical Center, shares about this zoonotic disease.

Tribal Sovereignty and the US Supreme Court
00:11:48 | Season: 1 | Episode: 8 | August 12th, 2022

What is tribal sovereignty? Sarah talks with Shaun Little Horn, advocacy organizer of the Lakota Law Project, about the case heading to the Supreme Court this fall, Brackeen v. Haaland.

Mass Shootings and Dickey’s Amendment
00:13:32 | Season: 1 | Episode: 7 | August 5th, 2022

What does research on gun violence look like? Sarah talks with NMVVRC Associate Director, Dr. Angela Moreland, about legislation that affects how mass shootings are researched.

War Part 5: Peace Justice and Peacekeeping
00:24:35 | Season: 1 | Episode: 6 | July 28th, 2022

How does the law influence war? Sarah talks with international lawyer Benjamin Duerr about what justice and peace mean from a legal standpoint in the final episode in our series on war.

War Part 4: Hybrid Warfare
00:16:15 | Season: 1 | Episode: 5 | July 13th, 2022

What could the future of wars look like? Sarah talks with peacekeeping consultant Janie DesJardin and researcher Leo Michel about the laws of war and the concept of hybrid warfare.

War Part 3: A Ground Floor View
00:17:36 | Season: 1 | Episode: 4 | July 7th, 2022

What does war look like? Sarah talks with U.S. combat veteran Tara Madison, Syrian refugee Ahmad Al haj ali, and peacekeeping consultant and Canadian Armed Forces veteran Janie DesJardin about the reality of war. 

War Part 2: It Impacts People
00:07:54 | Season: 1 | Episode: 3 | June 8th, 2022

How does war impact people? Sarah talks with Syrian journalist Hozan Ibrahim who she met while covering the war in Syria, a country that has been fighting for over a decade.

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Created by: A Kids Company About
Started: April 27th, 2022
Status: Active, 11 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

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