40 episodes

Sorry Not Sorry tackles social, political and cultural issues from the perspective of unapologetic guests while highlighting activists doing amazing things throughout the country.

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Sorry Not Sorry tackles social, political and cultural issues from the perspective of unapologetic guests while highlighting activists doing amazing things throughout the country.

    The Iran Crisis: Arwa Damon, Rep. Ro Khanna, and Sen. Chris Murphy

    The Iran Crisis: Arwa Damon, Rep. Ro Khanna, and Sen. Chris Murphy

    This is a special episode of Sorry Not Sorry, focused entirely on the developing military situation in Iran. It’s such an unnecessary mess—remember that three years ago, we had a working peace and nuclear disarmament treaty with that country. Now, we’re at the brink of war.

    We take the time to go in-depth into the situation both historically and politically, to help us all understand what’s happening and what we can do about it.  Most importantly, we examine the human cost of generations of conflict and war in the region. CNN Senior International Correspondent Arwa Damon joins the show from Istanbul, and Senator Chris Murphy and Congressman Ro Khanna join from Washington. 


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    • 58 min
    Ben and Jerry Serve Up Ethical Business Leadership, Bernie Sanders, and Fighting for a Better Future

    Ben and Jerry Serve Up Ethical Business Leadership, Bernie Sanders, and Fighting for a Better Future

    In Vermont in the 1970s, childhood friends Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield started Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream. They pioneered equitable business practices, fair trade, and championed local farms while fighting for social justice and building one of the most recognizable brands in American history. Ben and Jerry led the way in building an ethical and just business, and even managed to maintain the social justice mindset of the company when it was sold to Unilever. Now, they're turning their talents to the Bernie Sanders campaign.

    Listen in for a bit of ice cream history and a lot of front-line activism from two of the sweetest guys in business. 


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    • 55 min
    Episode 37: Peter Morley Protects Your Care

    Episode 37: Peter Morley Protects Your Care

    When Peter Morley fell off a ladder, he had no idea that his spinal injury would reveal lurking kidney cancer. He's turned this tragedy, along with even more dire health issues, into purpose, passion, and power. A regular on Capitol Hill, Peter delivers healthcare stories to members of Congress in support of the Affordable Care Act and other vital healthcare programs. 


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    • 53 min
    Episode 36: 2019 Year in Review

    Episode 36: 2019 Year in Review

    2019 started with a record number of women being sworn into office around the nation. It’s ending with the impeachment of the President of the United States. So much happened this year and in this episode, Alyssa Milano looks back at some of the biggest events in the news and on the podcast.  Featured guests include Joe Biden, Andrew Yang, Marianne Williamson, Ben Glieb, Manuel Oliver, excerpts from The Investigation featuring Annette Bening, John Lithgow, Kevin Kline and so much more.
    Thank you for being part of our podcast family in 2019. We’ve got such great things in store for you next year, and we can’t wait to share them!

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    • 1 hr 22 min
    Episode 35: A Call to Men - Ted Bunch Talks Healthy Masculinity

    Episode 35: A Call to Men - Ted Bunch Talks Healthy Masculinity

    For more than two decades,  Ted Bunch has been teaching men how to respect, value, and interact with women in ways which are not toxic. As one of the founders of A Call to Men, Ted works directly with men of all ages—including those who have committed domestic and sexual abuse—to break their cycle of sexual violence. He teaches children, adolescents, and adult about consent and healthy masculinity.
    In a wide-ranging discussion, Ted and Alyssa discuss the necessity of men taking responsibility for their actions and how to teach new ways for men to look at gender, power, and what it means to be a man.

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    • 58 min
    Episode 34: Royce White, Elite Athlete and Mental Health Advocate

    Episode 34: Royce White, Elite Athlete and Mental Health Advocate

    Royce White was a standout basketball player at Iowa State, where he was the Big 12 Newcomer of the Year for the 2011-2012 season. He played professional basketball in the NBA and the Canadian NBL, where was a two-time all-Canada NBL first team selection and the 2018 NBL scoring champion. He's now making his mark as a mixed martial artist.

    He also suffers from sometimes crippling anxiety which derailed his NBA career. He's become a leading advocate for mental health parity and workplace protections for those with mental illness. He joined Alyssa Milano for a frank and compelling conversation about living, working, and excelling with mental illness.


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    • 1 hr 8 min

Customer Reviews

Aripyanfar ,

Yang veers from his stump speech when talking with Alyssa

It’s very rare for Yang to veer from his stump speech narrative in podcasts and interviews. Usually he’ll throw out a lot of automation statistics, the hidden unemployment problem, and the suicides and drug overdoses resulting. All this builds up to him introducing the freedom dividend as a solution.

For some reason he felt he could (or should?) enter into a much more free flowing conversation with Alyssa Milano, and the result is both informative and very friendly.

Heidirebecca ,

Love your podcast

First time listener, absolutely loved how passionate and knowledgeable you are. Grew up loving you on Charmed! thanks for having Andrew Yang on, this is the first time I’ve heard of him and he’s such a refreshing candidate compared to all the other choices. As an artist myself, I would see my vote going towards him if I were eligible to vote. Please have him on again!

AJTempany ,

So powerful, in such a relevant way

Sorry Not Sorry reminds me that there is power in all of us; the power to impact change, the power of having an opinion, and the power of speaking up.

All shared in a way which is relevant to everyone, and we can all relate to.

Thank you Alyssa for your beautiful fierceness - keep it coming.

Alex

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