The Conversation: Tuesday, April 4th, 2017
Pay Gap on Equal Pay Day; Controversy over Private Artifact Collection; Hawaii in 1000 Years
Efforts to eliminate, and even to acknowledge the gender pay gap often encounter pushback.
Intro Music: All Around the World by ATC, Collagen Girl
Outro Music: You and Your Heart by Jack Johnson
Where will we be a thousand years from now? Will we be anywhere? Dr. Louis G. Herman argues that the key to a viable, sustainable future lies in our distant past.
Intro Music: Tuesday Feels by Para Doc
Outro Music: Survival by Muse
A devastating and deadly parasitical disease has been on the rise in Hawaii.
Intro Music: Melatonin by A Tribe Called Quest
Outro Music: The Woman That Loves You by Japanese Breakfast
The planned auctioning off of a private collection of Oceanic artifacts has raised questions about property rights and repatriation of cultural resources.
Outro Music: Moe's Lullaby by Kawika Kahi'apo
Dr. Hope Jahren’s study of fossilized plants has expanded our knowledge of the distant past, and her popular memoir Lab Girl has extended our understanding of women in science.
Intro Music: Wild Butterfly by Balligomingo
Outro Music: Heat by Balligomingo