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Interviews & Talk

  • A gavel and legal book.
    Creative Commons
    While many people only recently learned about conservatorships because of the Britney Spears case, guests tell us these arrangements are far too common, affecting more than one million Americans.
  • A licensed practical nurse administers a COVID 19 vaccine shot
    Jesse Costa
    Compared to their white counterparts, people of color living in Western New England are more likely to live in poorer health, and it's more likely for Black residents to die younger. As we mark Black History Month, And Another Thing looks at the history of health inequity and highlights efforts in this region to address it.
  • Tom Brady
    On the day longtime New England Patriots star Tom Brady — who spent the last two seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers — retires from the NFL, we look at what makes him so unique among all the other extraordinary athletes who also have played professional football.
  • Amilcar Shabazz is a professor of African American Studies at UMass Amherst.
    Carol Lollis
    Daily Hampshire Gazette / gazettenet.com
    In this in-depth interview, UMass professor Amilcar Shabazz talks about his scholarship and activism on behalf of Black Americans, including setting one example for slavery reparations in the town of Amherst.