Are The Democrats As Inclusive As We Think They Are? with Alicia Garza
Activist and cofounder of Black Lives Matter Alicia Garza joins Jonathan to discuss the current state of the movement as well as race in politics. They also discuss Alicia’s founding and work with Black Futures Lab, an organization created to drive societal change and help make black people powerful in politics. Find out more about Alicia and her work online: Instagram: @chasinggarza, @domesticworkers, @blackfutureslab, @supermajority Twitter: @aliciagarza, @domesticworkers, @blackfutureslab, #BlackLivesMatter For more music from Quiñ head to ).
What’s a Dermatologist’s Tea on Sunscreen? With Dr. Emily Newsom
Dr. Emily Newsom is a board certified dermatologist and assistant professor of dermatology at UCLA Medical Center. Emily sits down with Jonathan to not only talk about skin and the importance of sunscreen, but also the myths about what sunscreen is and how it works. Follow Emily on Instagram: .
Can We Make it the Magnificent 8? with America’s Most Decorated Olympic Gymnast Shannon Miller
Jonathan does his best not to cry as he is joined by seven time olympic medalist, two time gold medalist, and absolute icon Shannon Miller. The two discuss Shannon’s journey as a decorated gymnast, her battle with ovarian cancer, and how she is bringing a healthy lifestyle to the masses. You can find more at: ).
What’s Your Experience with the Binary? with Alok
Alok is a gender non-conforming writer and performance artist. They join Jonathan to discuss their experience within and outside of the binary, and how challenging societal expectations can help reshape identity. Follow Alok on Twitter here: code: JVN).
How is the U.S. Funding the War on Yemen? with Sheba Crocker
Sheba Crocker is CARE USA's Vice President for Humanitarian Policy and Practice and former Assistant Secretary of State for International Organization Affairs. She joins JVN to dive into what's happening in war-torn Yemen, the role the US plays in the tragedy, and what humanitarian efforts can be done to help. Follow Sheba on Twitter ).