Album Artwork for Learning About the Foster Care System and Court Appointed Special Advocates with Wendelyn Julien of CASA

This Episode

Learning About the Foster Care System and Court Appointed Special Advocates with Wendelyn Julien of CASA

3 months ago

This week, we're joined by Wendelyn Julien, CEO of CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates), who stops by to tell us about the work that CASA does for kids in foster care, why getting involved with the CASA organization can change kids' lives and help society as a whole, and that the Trump administration finally did something good for once!

Other Episodes

Why is the Census Important? With USC Professor Colin Maclay

4/14/2020

This week, we're joined by Colin Maclay, professor and executive director of the Annenberg Innovation Lab at USC, who tells us how you can save the government millions of dollars by filling out your 2020 Census online, that there's no citizenship question on the census, and why it's important that...
Listen Now

How to Protect Your Mental Health During the Coronavirus Crisis with Dr. Elle Sajed Connor

4/7/2020

This week, we're joined by Dr. Elle Sajed Connor, a therapist and mental health expert, who tells us why she's offering 2 free sessions to people during the Coronavirus pandemic, that it's okay to not be okay right now and why we should not tell our wives they look cute...
Listen Now

How the Coronavirus Became a Catastrophe with Journalist Alexis Madrigal of The Atlantic

3/31/2020

This week, we are lucky to be joined by Alexis Madrigal, staff writer at The Atlantic and founder of the COVID Tracking Project, who talks to us about why testing for the Coronavirus is so important, why every US state needs to take social distancing seriously, and why even the...
Listen Now

Becoming a Successful DJ with Grammy Award Winner Dubfire

3/24/2020

This week we're joined by Ali Shirazinia aka Dubfire who tells us how the coronavirus has affected the live touring business, encourages parents to foster their kids imaginations, and teaches us how daydreaming can lead to a career in the arts.
Listen Now

Coronavirus, Social Distancing and More with Epidemiologist Dr. Scott Lillibridge

3/17/2020

This week, we're joined by Dr. Scott Lillibridge, epidemiologist at the International Medical Corps, who tells us the importance of washing our hands, keeping our distance, and not going to coffee shops!
Listen Now

How Dr. Pimple Popper Went From One Instagram Post to TV Star

3/10/2020

This week, we're joined by Dr. Sandra Lee who stops by to talk to us about her hit TLC show Dr. Pimple Popper, how you should be using cream in the winter and lotion in the summer, and why white people are a dermatologist's dream!
Listen Now

How to Succeed in Stand-up Comedy with Paul Virzi

3/3/2020

This week Paul Virzi stops by to talk about being a touring comedian during the Coronavirus, how you have to live your life if you want to be a good performer, and why you shouldn't be afraid to park far away when you go to Target.
Listen Now

The Forty-Year Rivalry Between Saudi Arabia and Iran with Kim Ghattas

2/25/2020

This week, we're joined by journalist and author Kim Ghattas who talks to us about her book, Black Wave, how the Middle East is a lot more diverse than most Americans think, and why we need to let women do whatever they want!
Listen Now

How to be a Successful Celebrity Photographer with Storm Santos

2/18/2020

This week, we're joined by celebrity photographer Storm Santos who stops by to tell us how to shoot pictures with intent, to be ready to take advantage of opportunities, and how your chicano grandfather can be your guardian angel!
Listen Now

What’s Going On with John Bolton, Lt. Col. Vindman, and Trump’s National Security Council? with John Gans

2/11/2020

This week, we're joined by Professor John Gans, who joins us to talk about his book about Donald Trump's National Security Counsel, White House Warriors, the Ukraine scandal, and why nobody likes John Bolton!
Listen Now

Send Us A Message