The Cultural Equity Of Dallas

This hour, we’ll talk about leveling the artistic playing field with Jennifer Scripps, the director of the Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs; David Lozano, executive artistic director of Cara Mia Theatre; and Clyde Valentin, director of Ignite/Arts Dallas.

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The Wolf Boys

This hour, we’ll talk about how a Mexican drug cartel turned a boy into a feared assassin – and about what such transformations say about the perilous prospect of growing up on the border – with Dan Slater.

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Why Writing Matters

This hour, we’ll talk about why a dedication to putting pen to paper is as important as ever with University of Virginia professor Mark Edmundson. He writes about the topic in “Why Write?: A Master Class on the Art of Writing and Why it Matters.”

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Living In A Millennial World

This hour, we’ll talk about what older generations need to know about millennials’ values and how they vote. We’ll be joined by Paul Taylor, whose essay “It’s a Millennial World Now: Twelve Things to Know” appears in the summer issue of the Bush Institute journal The Catalyst.

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A Disappearing Act

This hour, we’ll talk about what it would take to actually disappear – and we’ll hear the stories of people who’ve tried – with Elizabeth Greenwood, author of “Playing Dead: A Journey Through the World of Death Fraud” (Simon & Schuster).

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