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Strangers In Our Own Land with Professor Hunt

America today is not the country that we grew up in. These seven lectures/discussions will consider the major changes in politics, economics, education, racial attitudes, the media and popular culture that are forming this “brave new world.”  Despite a traumatic pandemic that provided a lens through which to see our deepest divides, things may not be as bad as they might seem.

Strangers In Our Own Land with Professor Hunt

America today is not the country that we grew up in. These seven lectures/discussions will consider the major changes in politics, economics, education, racial attitudes, the media and popular culture that are forming this “brave new world.”  Despite a traumatic pandemic that provided a lens through which to see our deepest divides, things may not be as bad as they might seem.

Strangers In Our Own Land with Professor Hunt

America today is not the country that we grew up in. These seven lectures/discussions will consider the major changes in politics, economics, education, racial attitudes, the media and popular culture that are forming this “brave new world.”  Despite a traumatic pandemic that provided a lens through which to see our deepest divides, things may not be as bad as they might seem.

Strangers In Our Own Land with Professor Hunt

America today is not the country that we grew up in. These seven lectures/discussions will consider the major changes in politics, economics, education, racial attitudes, the media and popular culture that are forming this “brave new world.”  Despite a traumatic pandemic that provided a lens through which to see our deepest divides, things may not be as bad as they might seem.

Strangers In Our Own Land with Professor Hunt

America today is not the country that we grew up in. These seven lectures/discussions will consider the major changes in politics, economics, education, racial attitudes, the media and popular culture that are forming this “brave new world.”  Despite a traumatic pandemic that provided a lens through which to see our deepest divides, things may not be as bad as they might seem.