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Jared Rizzi, former White House correspondent, hosts "At The Table." Take your seat and join a conversation of diverse voices talking politics and community. Through humor, vulnerability, and intention, we can-- together-- meet the challenges of this moment of history.

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Jared Rizzi, former White House correspondent, hosts "At The Table." Take your seat and join a conversation of diverse voices talking politics and community. Through humor, vulnerability, and intention, we can-- together-- meet the challenges of this moment of history.

    "I don't trust [Postmaster General DeJoy's] words on a page" [North Carolina AG Josh Stein interview]

    "I don't trust [Postmaster General DeJoy's] words on a page" [North Carolina AG Josh Stein interview]

    North Carolina was one of six states last week to sue over US Postal Service changes believed to be intended to help President Trump's reelection chances. North Carolina's Attorney General Josh Stein joins Jared to talk about USPS, Republican challenges to the Affordable Care Act, public universities in his state going back for in-person education, and the RNC happening (partially) in Charlotte. 

    Segment 1: “That’s why I’ve gone to court. I don’t trust [Postmaster General DeJoy’s] words on a page”
    Segment 2: “I choose not to read those tea leaves”
    Segment 3: “The administration should have known that, the board of governors should have known that.”
    Segment 4: “It breaks my heart the damage that the President is trying to do.”

    Full episodes, behind-the-scenes content, and other benefits are available to supporters of At The Table on Patreon.

    Host: Jared Rizzi [Twitter]

    • 26 min
    Beirut explosion aftermath [Juliana Bssawmai / CARE Lebanon interview]

    Beirut explosion aftermath [Juliana Bssawmai / CARE Lebanon interview]

    Juliana Bssawmai serves as  Safety and Security Coordinator for CARE International in Lebanon. 

    Support CARE's mission in Lebanon and around the world: CARE.org

    Segment 1: “Triple crisis” in Lebanon
    Segment 2: “Being Lebanese and trying to deal with this Lebanese crisis”
    Segment 3: “Women and girls are likely to be amongst the most vulnerable”

    Full episodes, behind-the-scenes content, and other benefits are available to supporters of At The Table on Patreon.

    Host: Jared Rizzi [Twitter]

    • 25 min
    "I've never been happier to see August come" [Oregon AG Ellen Rosenblum interview]

    "I've never been happier to see August come" [Oregon AG Ellen Rosenblum interview]

    Federal law enforcement began to leave Portland after a tumultuous July, marked by occasional protester violence and inflamed by unidentified officers. Oregon's Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum joins Jared for an in-depth conversation about protecting freedom of assembly, the political motivations behind the decisions by President Trump and US AG Barr, and how attorneys general around the country are finding best practices on thorny issues like immigration and voting this fall. 

    Segment 1: Feds out of Portland
    Segment 2: Defund the Police / Justice Reinvestment
    Segment 3: DACA & Vote At Home

    Full episodes, behind-the-scenes content, and other benefits are available to supporters of At The Table on Patreon.

    Host: Jared Rizzi [Twitter]

    • 30 min
    COVID-19 & school this fall: “I think it’s gonna be a disaster" [Dr. Daniel Summers interview]

    COVID-19 & school this fall: “I think it’s gonna be a disaster" [Dr. Daniel Summers interview]

    Dr. Daniel Summers is a pediatrician in Massachusetts. His most recent piece on Arc Digital: A School is Not Home Depot. He also writes for Slate.

    Segment 1: Absolute vs. adjusted risk
    Segment 2: Inconceivable
    Segment 3: Surgeon General on masks; pushing buttons
    Segment 4: COVID-19 & school this fall: “I think it’s gonna be a disaster”
    Segment 5: Humility & empathy

    Dan Summers on Twitter

    Full episodes, behind-the-scenes content, and other benefits are available to supporters of At The Table on Patreon.

    Host: Jared Rizzi [Twitter]

    • 38 min
    “The disability community knew this was coming” [Rebecca Cokley interview]

    “The disability community knew this was coming” [Rebecca Cokley interview]

    Rebecca Cokley is the director of the Disability Justice Initiative at the Center for American Progress. She joins Jared to talk about her recent argument against ableist language when criticizing President Trump, the impact the Trump administration has had for the disability community, and her work with the Biden campaign on disability policy.

    Segment 1: More than ramps and water glasses
    Segment 2: Old white men doing push-ups
    Segment 3: “The disability community knew this was coming with Trump”
    Segment 4: Biden: “Joe’s part of our community”
    Segment 5: COVID: “This will be the largest boom in the disability population since AIDS/HIV"
    Segment 6: Vote By Mail & why Britney Spears can’t vote
    Segment 7: Key policy areas for the disability community
    Segment 8: One of the greatest gifts in this dumpster fire

    Rebecca Cokley on Twitter

    Full episodes, behind-the-scenes content, and other benefits are available to supporters of At The Table on Patreon.

    Host: Jared Rizzi [Twitter]

    • 58 min
    “Is this the moment where I have to say the thing?” [Cecilia Muñoz / More Than Ready book interview]

    “Is this the moment where I have to say the thing?” [Cecilia Muñoz / More Than Ready book interview]

    Cecilia Muñoz is the vice president, public interest technology and new initiatives at New America. She served in the Obama White House as Director of the Domestic Policy Council. She is the author of More Than Ready: Be Strong and Be You... And Other Lessons for Women of Color on the Rise. [Indiebound] [Bookshop.org]

    Segment 1: On DACA: “I couldn’t stop sobbing”
    Segment 2: “What’s your strategy for self-doubt?”
    Segment 3: A racist in the Oval Office
    Segment 4: “Is this the moment where I have to say the thing?”
    Segment 5: “My daughters understand their power better than I did”
    Segment 6: An omission from the book
    Segment 7: “Who’s sitting at the table, & who’s sitting at the back of the room?”

    Cecilia on Twitter

    Full episodes, behind-the-scenes content, and other benefits are available to supporters of At The Table on Patreon.

    Host: Jared Rizzi [Twitter]

    • 43 min

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