Eleanor LeCain talks with Dr. Benjamin Barber, author of If Mayors Ruled the World, about mayors being pragmatic not ideological, effective at making government work for people, and also about the emerging Global Parliament of Mayors.
Eleanor LeCain speaks with Sister Simone Campbell - author of A Nun on the Bus: How All of Us Can Create Hope, Change, and Community - about addressing income inequality, battling the bishops, and building a country that works for everyone.
Eleanor LeCain speaks about DC residents not having voting representation in Congress and what can be done to bring democracy to our nation's capitol with Daniel Solomon, a founder and board member of of DC Vote, a non-profit organization dedicated to gaining voting representation in Congress for residents of Washington, DC.
Eleanor LeCain talks about happiness with Sarah van Gelder, author of the forthcoming book, Sustainable Happiness.
Eleanor LeCain talks about healing the racial divide in America with Milagros Phillips, the Founding Executive Director of “The National Resource Center for the Healing of Racism.
Eleanor LeCain speaks with Congressman Mickey Edwards about how to get beyond partisan warfare and his new book, "The Parties versus The People: How to Turn Republicans and Democrats into Americans
Eleanor LeCain discusses progressive economic strategies and immigration reform with Harold Meyerson, one of the country’s leading political analysts.
Eleanor LeCain discusses post-election progressive strategies with Heather Booth, one of the top progressive strategists in the United States.
Eleanor LeCain analyzes the recent elections with Ruy Teixeira, a Senior Fellow at both The Century Foundation and the Center for American Progress.
Eleanor LeCain talks about how citizens can have more impact on policy through Citizen Cabinets, a possible solution to counter corporate influence on government, with Steven Kull, Founder and President of Voice of the People.