Conversations on the Green Explore the country's most provocative issues and ideas in this series of discussions featuring nationally recognized voices and artists in a local setting. Conversations are moderated by Jane Whitney, former NBC News correspondent and talk show host.Events are livestreamed, with the opportunity for viewers to comment during the conversation.To learn more about upcoming livestream events, go to conversationsonthegreen.com. Edited versions of the livestreams will air on CPTV and CPTV.org.
Conversations on the Green

Conversations on the Green

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Explore the country's most provocative issues and ideas in this series of discussions featuring nationally recognized voices and artists in a local setting. Conversations are moderated by Jane Whitney, former NBC News correspondent and talk show host.Events are livestreamed, with the opportunity for viewers to comment during the conversation.To learn more about upcoming livestream events, go to conversationsonthegreen.com. Edited versions of the livestreams will air on CPTV and CPTV.org.

Most Recent Episodes

Converations on the Green - The Soul of America: History's Lessons in Hope

Often referred to as "the conscience of America," Pulitzer Prize-winning writer and historian Jon Meacham joins Jane Whitney to talk about how America's history of overcoming crises makes him confident and hopeful that the country once again will prevail over these tumultuous times. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Conversations on the Green - LGBTQ Rights: The Next Frontier

Former mayor and presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg headlines a panel of leading activists, including Jonathan Capehart, Sharice Davids and Danica Roem, to talk with Jane Whitney about the landmark successes of the LGBTQ rights movement and the remaining hurdles of the movement. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Conversations on the Green - Pandemic Economics: Charting the Recovery

Three titans of American economic thought join Jane Whitney in Conversations On the Green's sixth forum of the season. Two Nobel laureates in economics, Joseph Stiglitz and Paul Krugman, are joined by Danny Meyer, a respected businessman and restauranteur. This is the first time these three giants have ever debated. They will discuss how to repair the economy amidst the worst economic crisis in almost a century and the once-in-a-generation shift now underway in economic thinking. They also will examine how to exploit the ongoing calamity and contain the jaw-dropping risks in an effort to launch an era of prosperity like those that followed the Great Depression and World War II. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Conversations on the Green: America and The World- U.S. Foreign Policy Update

Featuring Madeleine Albright, Chris Murphy, Wendy Sherman, and host Jane Whitney. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Conversations on the Green: Prescient Predictions- Who Won 2020!

Don't wait until November to find out who won the 2020 presidential campaign! Or if Republicans maintained their Senate majority. Or what happened in the House. MSNBC's Steve Kornacki will tune up his big board with other nationally recognized prognosticators to explain the election's dominant forces and how they will determine the outcome. The panel, also including Rachel Bitecofer and David Axelrod, will explain how the major campaigns are assembling their coalitions, which states are key and what voting groups will tip the outcome. But be forewarned: the show carries a spoiler alert. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Conversations on the Green: Democracy in Color

Host Jane Whitney is joined by Joy Reid, Maya Wiley, and Dr. Jason Johnson. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Conversations on the Green: Rule of Law

Host Jane Whitney is joined by Neal Katyal, Joyce Vance, and Chuck Rosenberg. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Conversations on the Green: Life After Covid-19 - A Brave New World

"Conversations on the Green: Life After Covid-19 - A Brave New World" offers a look into what we can expect in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic, as historian Douglas Brinkley, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof, and bioethicist Ezekiel Emanuel share their insights into our future. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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