Charles Murray, the F. A. Hayek Emeritus Chair in Cultural Studies at the American Enterprise Institute, talks about his new book, Facing Reality: Two Truths about Race in America.
Angelique Brunner, founder and CEO of EB5 Capital, talks about building a $750 million commercial real estate investment firm—and why structural racism poses an obstacle for people of color (including other would-be entrepreneurs). She also talks about the night she spent in jail.
Shermichael Singleton, political strategist/analyst and op-ed writer, talks with Matt about his days working for Dr. Ben Carson—and why he disagrees with Donald Trump’s handling of the George Floyd protests.
After Matt tweeted about Joe Biden exaggerating about “Jim Crow sneaking back in,” Eugene Scott penned a response column, titled: “Joe Biden evoked Jim Crow when discussing current voting laws. He’s not wrong.” On today’s podcast, Scott, who writes about identity politics for The Fix at The Washington Post, talks with Matt about the uproar–and the legacy of Jim Crow.