‘The Termination Right — Here’s what creators need to know’ with Dylan Gilbert (EP. 214)
‘How to Connect Underrepresented Students with International Opportunities’ with Mohamed Abdel-Kader
Mohamed Abdel-Kader (@MAKtweeter) is Executive Director of the Stevens Initiative at the Aspen Institute.
Facebook and Civil Rights: What are the Options? with Ebonie Riley
Ebonie Riley currently serves as DC Bureau Chief of National Action Network’s Washington, DC Bureau.
‘What if There’s Too Much Privacy?’ with Michele Gilman (Ep. 211)
Michele Gilman (@profmgilman) is the Venable Professor of Law; Director, Saul Ewing Civil Advocacy Clinic; and Co-Director, Center on Applied Feminism at the University of Baltimore School of Law.
A Holistic Approach to Diversity & Inclusion Research with Sean Perryman (Ep. 210)
Sean Perryman is the Director of Diversity and Inclusion Policy and Counsel at Internet Association.
Fintech and Small Business with Tyler McIntyre (Ep. 209)
Tyler McIntyre is Founder of Bank Novo, a challenger bank focused on startups and small businesses.
The Common Law History of Section 230 with Brent Skorup (Ep. 208)
Brent Skorup (@bskorup) is a senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. His research areas include transportation technology, telecommunications, aviation, and wireless policy.
Should Americans Trust News on Social Media? with Elisa Shearer (Ep. 207)
Elisa Shearer (@elisashearer) is a Research Associate at the Pew Research Center.
How to fight DNA testing at the border with Andrew Free (Ep. 206)
Andrew Free (@ImmCivilRights) is an abolitionist lawyer fighting alongside immigrant communities in the Deep South and across the country to defend deportations, advance civil rights, and eliminate unlawful DNA testing at the border.
The Racial Implications of Florida’s School Safety Portal with Ora Tanner (Ep. 205)
Ora Tanner (@odtanner) is Assistant Director of the Office of Undergraduate Research and PhD candidate at the University of South Florida (USF).