20-44 Segment 1: The Native American Vote: A Group Plagued By Voter Marginalization

20-44 Segment 1: The Native American Vote: A Group Plagued By Voter Marginalization

There are more than 5.2 million Native Americans living in the U.S., yet only a small fraction cast a ballot each election cycle. What factors lead to this low turnout? Viewpoints speaks with two experts about how historical bias feels into the current challenges facing this group.

20-44 Segment 2: Good Morning Zoom

20-44 Segment 2: Good Morning Zoom

You may be familiar with the classic children’s book, Goodnight Moon, but what about Good Morning Zoom? One mom living in New York City wanted to help her children better understand the pandemic, so wrote a parody based off of one of their favorite bedtime stories. The result? A funny, yet realistic look at parenting and getting through this period.

Culture Crash 20-44: Watching Film Festivals From Home

Culture Crash 20-44: Watching Film Festivals From Home

We discuss the upsides of film festivals going digital this year as well as some of our favorite hidden gems in the lineup.