Why We Can't (and Shouldn't) Move On From Jan. 6

Why We Can't (and Shouldn't) Move On From Jan. 6

By WNYC Studios

Notes from America

Monday, 13 June

Why We Can't (and Shouldn't) Move On From Jan. 6. Fordham University political science professor, Christina Greer, joins to takes our politics questions on the hearings and more. Plus, producer Rahima Nasa takes show host Kai Wright to an exhibit displaying the work of artist Faith Ringgold, and we hear her story and the impact of her work.

Companion listening for this episode:

A Conservative View of the Vigilante Right (1/24/2022)

Mona Charen discusses the true meaning of conservative and the radical shift in the GOP. Then, a listener mailbag begs us to explore how "normal people" became part of the Jan 6. attack.

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