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18-12 Segment 2: The Benefits of Music Education

Often during a budget crunch music education is the first thing to go yet there are many benefits learning music can have on our brains and child development.

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18-11 Segment 1: Studying School Shootings and Gun Violence

Researcher Adam Pah says one thing missing from the gun reform debates are the essential data points that should be informing future policy decisions.

17-48 Segment 2: W.E.B. Du Bois’s Lasting Impact in Sociology

We talk to a scholar about what exactly W.E.B. Du Bois did to improve the study of sociology and what his impact truly was.

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16-17 Segment 1: Too Many Lawyers…Not Enough Law Jobs

We talk with two legal specialists about why law school grads can't find work, and what law schools and law firms can do to help.

16-08 Segment 1: W.E.B. Du Bois: The scholar denied

  Synopsis: At the beginning of the 20th century, the study of sociology was dominated by the University of Chicago and other, historically white universities. Scholars at these schools conducted “armchair” theorizing – developing theories without actually going into cities and towns to talk to the people they were studying. One man – an African-American …

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