Computers have taken over the world as one of my old high school teachers once said. Indeed this here podcast wouldn’t be possible without them. And we become more conscious of their role in our lives as the group of new technologies collectively sitting under the “digital” label pull greater scrutiny of their impact on […]
European politics constituted a small blip on the radar for Americans in the late 20th century. National elections and popular referendums got five minutes of fame stateside before vanishing into Wikipedia lists. The 2016 Brexit vote forced Americans beyond the political class to recognize that events across the pond can cause worldwide blowback, and a […]
Some on the left are blinded by old, cold War allegiances, beliefs and sectional thinking.
How do we restore trust in healthcare amidst a pandemic and culture that has, rightly or wrongly, demonized public health institutions? Myles shoots on the importance of transparency in healthcare towards rebuilding that rapport and how changing incentives in the system to focus on preventative and community health can achieve better outcomes. The Insightful Nurse […]
Part 2 HERE Part 3 HERE Almost two years into the COVID-19 pandemic and Americans can’t seem to catch a break as new variants emerge and policy debates over lockdowns, school closures, and vaccine mandates dominate coverage. It’s pretty daunting for folks on the outside as we struggle to keep up with the breakneck pace […]
Ungagged presents the second part of Worldbeat with George Collins’ interview with Ungagged founder Neil Scott. Neil speaks of the Independence Referendum of 2011-2014, what happened subsequently to what is now known as the “Yes Movement,” and what comes next… Part 1 HERE
George Collin‘s chats to Ungagged Founder, Neil Scott about his Northern Irish past, and political foundations and finds were his political convictions and basis for his activism in Scotland, originated. Part 2 HERE
Globalization is a force that touches all of us. Beyond cheap plastics from China and a diverse range of grub hubs in Columbia City, borders are more permeable than ever. What lessons can we learn about these dynamics as COVID-19’s worst bouts fade into memory? Dr. Anderson wraps up our time together with this […]
Dr. Anderson shoots on the disservices inflicted on black and brown communities in the U.S. both historically and today and how trust in the healthcare system can be restored in these populations.
“COVID-19 rocked the world in a way few other events could. International structures long taken for granted crumbled as nation states struggled to confront this novel virus and the chaos it brought. Everything from supply chains to migration policy to the reliability of scientific institutions came under fire, but no sector has taken more blows […]