The Unfortunate Truth is a grassroots media outlet focused on educating and protecting people by creating factual, digestible, and personal content. TUT is a firm believer and supporter of science and academia. However, the voices of experts have been silenced or drawn out by misinformation. They also cover very complex and unique problems the everyday public does not have access to. The Expert Opinions Podcast allows experts to have direct and easy access to the public to educate and create a functional discourse.
Negotiations on the Nile - Yasmin Zaerpoor
Boston College professor Yasmin Zaerpoor joins the show to talk about the issues with distributing the Nile between Ethiopia, Sudan, and Egypt.
Gender Inequality in Sports - Coach Jen Welter
The first female coach in NFL history, Dr. Jen Welter, discusses her coaching experience and gender disparities within sports.
The History of Racial Rhetoric in the U.S. - Martin Summers
Professor Martin Summers joins the show to talk about the history of racial rhetoric in the United States and how it affects the black community today.
Coronavirus In Florida - Rep Anna Eskamani (PT 2)
State Rep Anna Eskamani joins the show via Instagram live to discuss Florida's shortcomings with handling coronavirus and the difficulty to reopen schools in Orange County
Mental health in the South Asian community - Natasha Chandel
Writer, comedian, and actress Natasha Chandel speaks about anti-blackness, mental health, and representation issues within the South Asian community in media.
Our History with Racism - Ken Kersch
Author and Boston College professor Ken Kersch joins the show to compare & contrast today's riots and protests to the civil rights movement of the twentieth century.