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Aggie Gund and Darren Walker on the Art For Justice Fund

Sep 19, 2017 - 00:30:52

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Howard Dean on young voters: ‘These people are not Democrats’

Sep 12, 2017 - 00:22:32

As Hillary Clinton hits the talk show circuit to talk about the 2016 presidential election, Jonathan turns to Howard Dean, former governor of Vermont, to talk about the party’s future and that of the Republican Party.

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Shai Akabas explains the debt ceiling in plain English

Sep 5, 2017 - 00:24:52

Shai Akabas, economic policy director at the Bipartisan Policy Center, discusses the debt ceiling and the dangers of not raising it.

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Dr. Carla Hayden on being the first female African-American librarian of Congress

Aug 29, 2017 - 00:27:41

Dr. Carla Hayden, the first female African-American librarian of Congress tells Jonathan why she's more of a museum director than a librarian. Plus, she brings out some of the library's most interesting items.

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Outtakes from a year of 'Cape Up' (including one conversation that went off the rails)

Aug 22, 2017 - 00:16:45

'Cape Up' is having its first anniversary and in honor of the big day, Jonathan and Carol Alderman, the show's producer, bring you some of their favorite outtakes.

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Vanita Gupta on the unabashed display of white supremacy in Charlottesville

Aug 15, 2017 - 00:19:37

Given the events of Charlottesville, you need to hear from Vanita Gupta, former head of the Civil Rights Division in the Justice Department under President Obama and President and CEO of the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights.

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Why Steve Bannon isn't going anywhere

Aug 8, 2017 - 00:38:15

Steve Bannon is a problematic personality in the White House and constantly rumored to be about to lose his job. But Josh Green, author of “Devil’s Bargain: Steve Bannon, Donald Trump, and the Storming of the White House,” says Bannon is here to stay.

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R. Eric Thomas is the escape from politics that you need right now

Aug 1, 2017 - 00:32:47

The man who gave us the phrase "Auntie Maxine" has Jonathan completely shook. R. Eric Thomas discusses Emmanuel Macron, Barack Obama and who in the Trump administration he’d like to meet.

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Kamala Harris gets tough on the Russia probe (and ignores the mansplainers)

Jul 25, 2017 - 00:28:53

Senator Kamala Harris talks about ignoring mansplaining in the Senate, her disdain for the Attorney General and her love for a man she met on a blind date.

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Cornell Belcher on the new swing voter

Jul 18, 2017 - 00:30:05

Cornell Belcher talks about who the new swing voter is and what the Democratic Party needs to do to win them over.

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Sherrilyn Ifill exposes the absurdity of Trump’s election integrity commission

Jul 11, 2017 - 00:34:55

Sherrilyn Ifill, president of the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund, discusses the election integrity commission, the ins and outs of voter suppression efforts in Texas and around the country, their down ballot implications and the omnipresent spectre of race in all of it.

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Fourth of July special: What we’ve learned about Trump from six months of interviews

Jul 4, 2017 - 00:13:50

What better time than the Fourth of July to reflect on what we've learned over the last six months about President Trump? Jonathan revisits key interviews and highlights what we can learn from them.

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Debunking the myths about Planned Parenthood with Cecile Richards

Jun 27, 2017 - 00:26:58

Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood, discusses what defunding the organization really means, what it's like to fight with Congress over her work and the possible impact of Trumpcare on Americans.

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Debbie Dingell on the struggle to find a place in her own party

Jun 20, 2017 - 00:24:12

Rep. Debbie Dingell (D-Mich.) diagnoses problems within the Democratic party and how to solve them. Also, her response to the shooting of congressional republicans and staffers on a baseball field in Alexandria, Va.

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Valerie Jarrett on why she's still optimistic about the future

Jun 13, 2017 - 00:27:16

Valerie Jarrett, former senior adviser to President Obama, is back on the show to discuss Planned Parenthood, LGBT Pride Month and activism across the country.

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The real reason people say 'I'm not racist, but'

Jun 6, 2017 - 00:00:00

Justin Gest, author of 'The New Minority: White Working Class Politics in an Age of Immigration and Inequality' discusses why working-class whites continue to stick by President Trump.

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Actor Jesse Williams on race and cultural appropriation: 'Everybody's gonna copy you anyway'

May 30, 2017 - 00:33:34

Grey’s Anatomy actor, Jesse Williams, lit up social media at his acceptance speech at the BET awards last year. In this episode, he discusses cultural appropriation and reminisces about partying with Naomi Campbell at the White House.

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"The monuments were murder": New Orleans mayor defends focus on removing confederate monuments

May 23, 2017 - 00:25:17

Mayor Mitch Landrieu of New Orleans, fresh from removing the last of 4 confederate monuments talks race, reconciliation and rebuilding, not just for his city, but for the country.

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Senator Christopher Coons on why he prays for President Trump

May 16, 2017 - 00:17:43

Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.) discusses the firing of FBI director James Comey, the questions he needs answered to replace him and why he prays for President Trump.

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Maxine Waters: Jeff Sessions believes “it’s his job to keep minorities in their place”

May 9, 2017 - 00:31:22

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) talks about wanting to impeach Donald Trump, why she thinks Jeff Sessions is a racist and how she feels about her nickname, 'Auntie Maxine'.

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Richard Branson on Trump’s coal plans: ‘I can’t think of anything more stupid’

May 2, 2017 - 00:34:17

Before he took to the streets in the climate march, Sir Richard Branson talked with Jonathan about climate change, space travel, and his kite boarding contest with his best bud Barack Obama. This episode of Cape Up comes from Washington Post Live’s CEO Series Executive Actions and has been edited for time and clarity. For more information and to watch the full video visit wapo.st/postlive

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Author Eric Liu: The power of decentralized resistance

Apr 25, 2017 - 00:27:43

Erik Liu, author of "You're More Powerful Than You Think: A Citizen's Guide to Making Change Happen" talks about the evolution of resistance movements, and his advice for protesters today.

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It’s not just Trump: With Brexit and France votes, Russia is cultivating the global right

Apr 18, 2017 - 00:26:11

Jame Kirchick discusses some themes in his new book titled, “The End of Europe: Dictators, Demagogues, and the Coming Dark Age.” including the rightward lurch of Europeans and their governments and the rise of anti-Semitism.

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Khalil Gibran Muhammad on how fear of Trump could become as dangerous as Trump himself

Apr 11, 2017 - 00:28:21

Khalil Gibran Muhammad, a professor at Harvard's Kennedy school, discusses a recent controversy in the schools of his hometown in New Jersey that involved race and slavery and the current dangers it revealed.

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Congresswoman Karen Bass on why she feels like a political therapist

Apr 4, 2017 - 00:28:27

As former speaker of the California Assembly, Congresswoman Karen Bass (D-Calif.) has experience working with a celebrity new to government and says she now feels like a political therapist for her constituents.

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Does Estonia understand democracy better than any of us?

Mar 28, 2017 - 00:14:11

President Kersti Kaljulaid is the first female and youngest person ever to be president of Estonia, a Baltic nation whose worries about a resurgent Russia are tempered by its faith in NATO and democracy.

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Joe Manchin on why he's still a Democrat

Mar 21, 2017 - 00:27:51

Senator Joe Manchin (D-W.V.) discusses Russian interference in the presidential election and the messy effort to repeal and replace Obamacare.

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Tony Blinken: "This administration has turned our traditional openness into weakness"

Mar 14, 2017 - 00:34:37

Tony Blinken, Deputy Secretary of State for President Obama, discusses how President Trump's foreign policy fits into America's traditional role in the world including Russia, NATO and American diplomacy.

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Matt Schlapp, chairman of the American Conservative Union

Mar 7, 2017 - 00:29:30

Matt Schlapp, chairman of the American Conservative Union discusses uninviting Milo Yiannopoulos to CPAC, his definition of “alt-right” and why conservatives support Trump.

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Professor Daina Ramey Berry

Feb 28, 2017 - 00:26:25

Professor Daina Ramey Berry, discusses how she wrote about slavery from the slaves perspective instead of writing about them as objects, and why doing that is so important.

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Keith Ellison: The Democratic Party isn't only for Democrats

Feb 21, 2017 - 00:25:54

Rep. Keith Ellison wants to be the next chair of the of the DNC and true to his progressive roots, Ellison also believes “the Democratic Party should always be the party that stands with the aspiring working people of America.”

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Tom Perez on why the Democratic party needs a dramatic culture shift

Feb 14, 2017 - 00:22:50

Former Labor Secretary, Tom Perez, is now running to be the leader of the Democratic Party, a party he says needs a culture change that would allow democrats to connect with people again.

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Laurence Tribe on why the judiciary is "our last best hope"

Feb 7, 2017 - 00:28:20

Laurence Tribe might be the Beyonce of lawyers. As a Harvard Law professor, he has taught people like former president Obama and Chief Justice John Roberts. So, as someone who would know, Tribe discusses President Trumps rocky relationship with the constitution.

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Lena Epstein: "I am a Jewish, millennial female, who is supporting Trump."

Jan 31, 2017 - 00:32:00

Former co-chair of President Trump's Michigan campaign, Lena Epstein, explains why she supports Trump and how she navigates being a minority in her party.

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Arthur Brooks explains how dignity links Trump and Obama

Jan 24, 2017 - 00:26:23

There's no one better to talk to about now President Trump than Arthur Brooks, president of the American Enterprise Institute. As the Author of "The Conservative Heart", Brooks discusses how dignity won Donald Trump the White House.

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A Donald Trump survival guide -- from the mouths of Obama officials

Jan 17, 2017 - 00:12:36

On this special Inauguration episode, we re-visit interviews with members of Obama's administration as they give their best advice on how to protect his legacy and maintain the progress made.

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April Ryan on racial invisibility

Jan 10, 2017 - 00:24:51

April Ryan, Washington Bureau Chief and White House correspondent for the American Urban Radio Network, discusses the need to be visible and vocal in upcoming years and discusses her latest book, ‘At Mama’s Knee: Mothers and Race in Black and White’.

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When cabinet members need to reach the president, this is the man they talk to first

Jan 3, 2017 - 00:28:59

Broderick Johnson, White House Cabinet Secretary, is someone you probably have never heard of, but who has enormous power. He discusses meeting President Obama for the first time and working on perhaps his proudest achievement, My Brothers Keeper.

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Former Obama official on the Trump cabinet picks that are actually good hires

Dec 26, 2016 - 00:26:50

Derek Chollet, former Obama defense department official discusses Obama's foreign policy, Syria and the infamous red line and why some of President-elect Trump's picks to head the Pentagon and Homeland Security are actually good hires.

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How Valerie Jarrett became Obama's most trusted adviser, and outlasted all her predecessors

Dec 20, 2016 - 00:34:14

Valerie Jarrett is the longest-ever serving senior advisor to President Obama. She has survived Washington by being proud of her accomplishments, but never forgetting for whom she worked.

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A call to arms from Attorney General Loretta Lynch

Dec 13, 2016 - 00:24:25

Loretta Lynch, Attorney General of the United States, discusses Russian involvement in the US presidential election, the rise of hate crimes in the US and calls for private citizens to keep protecting the civil rights of Americans.

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Ambassador Susan Rice on the challenges of national security

Dec 5, 2016 - 00:21:35

Susan Rice, national security advisor to President Obama, talks about the challenges of national security policy-making including Syria, Russia and Benghazi. She also discusses having the talk about race with her children and who her favorite foreign leader is.

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Here's how to preserve the Kennedy ideal in Trump's America, from a Kennedy

Nov 29, 2016 - 00:29:49

Mark Shriver, president of Save the Children Action Network, talks about the importance of our country's children, his father, Sargent Shriver, what it's like being a Kennedy and his quest to get an interview with the pope.

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Michael Steele, Part 2: What Republicans need to do about all "the KKK stuff"

Nov 22, 2016 - 00:21:08

In part two of Jonathan's conversation with the Michael Steele, former chairman of the RNC, Steele expands on his explanation of how the country got here in the first place and why black Americans didn't show up for Hillary Clinton.

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Michael Steele, Part 1: "Donald Trump is the freest president we've had in a generation"

Nov 15, 2016 - 00:20:59

In part one of a two-part conversation with Michael Steele, former chairman of the Republican National Committee, talks about why President-elect Donald Trump will govern as a pragmatic populist.

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Final election predictions, with Dr. Larry Sabato and his Crystal Ball

Nov 8, 2016 - 00:00:00

Sabato’s Crystal Ball analyzes and predicts election outcomes and has been named as one of the most accurate predictors. In this episode, Dr. Larry Sabato explains how it works and walks us through how to interpret election results as they come in tonight, including must-win states for each candidate.

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The everyday trauma of being a black man in America

Oct 31, 2016 - 00:35:17

As a mother who lost her son over "loud music" and a young man who survived being shot in the head, Lucy McBath and DeJuan Patterson discuss the pain of coping with the violence they've endured. This episode contains explicit language.

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Export-Import Bank chief Fred Hochberg on jobs, 'good feet' and congressional hurdles

Oct 25, 2016 - 00:28:00

Fred Hochberg, chairman of the Export-Import Bank, talks about Congress stalling the bank's reauthorization and being one of the highest ranking openly gay members of the Obama administration.

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Knight Foundation president: We're in the biggest disruption to information since the printing press

Oct 18, 2016 - 00:28:09

Alberto Ibarguen, president of the Knight Foundation, explains why the first amendment doesn't apply to the internet and what the foundation is doing about it.

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This is the perfect escape from the insanity of our politics today. Meet Franklin Sirmans.

Oct 11, 2016 - 00:27:54

Franklin Sirmans, director of Perez Art Museum Miami, talks about what it takes to build a 21st century museum and breaking down the walls that separate the museum from the community it inhabits.

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Rob Reiner: We are living 'All in the Family' and Trump is Archie Bunker

Oct 4, 2016 - 00:29:08

Rob Reiner, director, actor and activist, discusses how he thinks the media has failed, the position he dreamed about having in a Clinton administration and whether he's planning a move from entertainment to politics.

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If you still hate Clinton and Trump after the debate, here's Evan McMullin

Sep 27, 2016 - 00:36:01

Evan McMullin, independent presidential candidate talks about his dim view of Donald Trump and the politicians who support him, the need for a new conservative party, Black Lives Matter and the movie that inspired him to join the CIA.

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Lonnie Bunch: Even if you're white, "the story of slavery is still your story"

Sep 23, 2016 - 00:14:16

Lonnie G. Bunch III, founding director of the National Museum of African American History and Culture talks about the museum from idea to completion, including his initial reaction to a man claiming to have Harriet Tubman's shawl.

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Dr. Anthony Fauci: Forced to rob cancer research to pay for Zika vaccine push

Sep 20, 2016 - 00:26:25

Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, discusses the urgency of funding Zika vaccine research and the possibility of an AIDS-free generation.

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Nancy Pelosi: Never bogged down

Sep 13, 2016 - 00:22:59

House minority leader Nancy Pelosi talks about why Donald Trump will never be president, the fight for Zika funding, and how she made it as a woman in politics.

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Debbie Wasserman Schultz: Doing what needed to be done

Sep 6, 2016 - 00:32:43

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Darren Walker: Using privilege to fight privilege

Aug 30, 2016 - 00:26:31

Jonathan talks to Darren Walker, president of the Ford Foundation about how his being African American, openly gay and raised poor inform his work in the rarefied air of philanthropy, and more including privilege, black lives matter and dancing.

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Wendy Sherman: The world can't believe Donald Trump

Aug 23, 2016 - 00:18:01

In his weekly conversations with newsmakers from across the spectrum, opinion writer Jonathan Capehart will add political and fashion to his other five senses. From elected officials to leading figures in the arts and sciences, Capehart uses his curiosity to make topics and the people who know them best come alive.

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Michael Steele is no 'Pied Piper.'

Aug 16, 2016 - 00:19:04

In his weekly conversations with newsmakers from across the spectrum, opinion writer Jonathan Capehart will add political and fashion to his other five senses. From elected officials to leading figures in the arts and sciences, Capehart uses his curiosity to make topics and the people who know them best come alive.

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Preview: The mic check

Aug 11, 2016 - 00:01:31

In his weekly conversations with newsmakers from across the spectrum, opinion writer Jonathan Capehart will add political and fashion to his other five senses. From elected officials to leading figures in the arts and sciences, Capehart uses his curiosity to make topics and the people who know them best come alive.

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