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Hosts Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi analyze the first presidential debate of the 2020 election. Be sure to subscribe to us wherever you listen to your podcasts. Intergenerational Politics is a podcast created by Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi dedicated to engaging all generations in politics with weekly unfiltered conversations with experts across the nation. Be sure to subscribe to and rate us on Apple Podcasts. Find us on Spotify, or other podcast streaming services as well. Intergenerational Politics on SOCIAL MEDIA: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/intergenerational-politics/id1522241906 Twitter: https://twitter.com/Intrgenpolitics Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/intergenpoliticspodcast/
In this episode, Jill and Victor talk with Bill Kristol about what conservatism means in our current political climate, why an organization that Bill is the founder of, Defending America Together, opposes President Trump, what Bill sees as the authoritarian and nativist impulses of the Trump administration, what it means to hold conservative values, and what it means to be American. Bill Kristol has been a leading participant in American political debates and is a widely respected analyst of American political developments for three decades. After serving in the Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush administrations, Kristol founded The Weekly Standard in 1995 and edited this influential intellectual journal of conservatism for over two decades. Now, as founding director of Defending Democracy Together, a 501c4 advocacy organization composed of conservatives and Republicans fighting for consistent conservative principles like rule of law, free trade, and expanding legal immigration. Bill is in the midst of the national debate on issues ranging from American foreign policy to the future of the Republican Party and the meaning of American conservatism. Intergenerational Politics is a podcast created by Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi dedicated to engaging all generations in politics with weekly unfiltered conversations with experts across the nation. Be sure to subscribe to and rate us on Apple Podcasts. Find us on Spotify, or other podcast streaming services as well.   Intergenerational Politics on SOCIAL MEDIA: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/intergenerational-politics/id1522241906 Twitter: https://twitter.com/Intrgenpolitics Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/intergenpoliticspodcast/
In this episode, Jill and Victor talked with Melissa Murray, an NYU Law Professor, co-host of Strict Scrutiny, and frequent MSNBC guest, about a topic neither Jill nor Victor wanted to talk about: the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. In this episode, we discuss the legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and what her vacancy means for the Supreme Court and our democracy in 2020 and beyond. Intergenerational Politics is a podcast created by Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi dedicated to engaging all generations in politics with weekly unfiltered conversations with experts across the nation. Be sure to subscribe to and rate us on Apple Podcasts. Find us on Spotify, or other podcast streaming services as well.
In this episode, co-hosts Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi join national gun safety activist and author Fred Guttenberg to talk to about the persistent issue of gun violence, possible gun reform policies, and his new book, "Find the Helpers: What 9/11 and Parkland Taught Me About Recovery, Purpose, and Hope," which you can find wherever you purchase your books.   Intergenerational Politics is a podcast created by Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi dedicated to engaging all generations in politics with weekly unfiltered conversations with experts across the nation. Be sure to subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or other podcast streaming services.  #Podcast #GunSafety #Politics
In this episode, Jill and Victor talked with Lee Gelernt from the ACLU about the important work that he is doing as the deputy director of ACLU’s Immigrants’ Right Project and a documentary called “The Fight,” which highlights Lee’s first-hand experience fighting one of the most gut-wrenching and cruel policies of the Trump administration: separating children from their parents at the border in 2018. Lee Gelernt is widely recognized as one of the country’s leading public interest lawyers and has argued dozens of groundbreaking civil rights cases during his career, including in the U.S. Supreme Court and virtually every federal court of appeals in the country. He has also testified before both houses of Congress. During the past four years, he has successfully argued some of the country’s most high-profile cases, including a challenge to the Trump Administration’s unprecedented practice of separating families at the border; the Administration’s first and second asylum bans; and the Administration’s first Travel Ban. Lee has won numerous awards for his work, regularly lectures around the country, and frequently appears in national and international media. In addition to his work at the ACLU, he is an adjunct professor at Columbia Law School, and for several years was a visiting professor at Yale Law School. Intergenerational Politics is a podcast created by Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi dedicated to engaging all generations in politics with weekly unfiltered conversations with experts across the nation. Be sure to subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or other podcast streaming services.
Intergenerational Politics, hosted by Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi, strives to engage all generations in the political conversation. As we head into Election Day, we promise at least one podcast each week dedicated to engaging all generations in the political conversation, but with interesting and often dramatic new issues being raised by what seems to be daily events, we will sometimes add a second episode when called for each week.  To listen to past and future episodes of Intergenerational Politics, subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or any other podcast platform! See you then, Intergenerational Politics listeners! .
In this episode, Jill and Victor join Ben Wickler, Chair of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, for a conversation about the importance of key swing states like Wisconsin, how Democrats can win in Wisconsin against the aggressive push by Republicans to also win the state, the experience of campaigning effectively in a pandemic, and what Trump's recent visit and messaging in Kenosha, Wisconsin means for the political strategy of Wisconsin Democrats as November 3rd approaches. Aside from being the Chair of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin, Ben is a Wisconsin native, previously serving as Senior Advisor and Washington Director of MoveOn.org, where he led MoveOn's campaign to prevent the repeal of the Affordable Care Act and gutting of Medicaid. Ben also hosted the award-winning podcast The Good Fight; served as second in command of the world's two largest online campaigning organizations, Change.org (2011-12) and Avaaz (2007-11); and, in high school and college, wrote headlines and articles for The Onion and launched the Student Global AIDS Campaign.  Intergenerational Politics is a podcast created by Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi dedicated to engaging all generations in politics with weekly unfiltered conversations with experts across the nation. Be sure to subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or other podcast streaming services.
In this episode, hosts Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi join Steve Schmidt, co-founder of The Lincoln Project and MSNBC Political Analyst, to discuss the RNC convention, what the Joe Biden campaign has to do to effectively increase voter turnout and win, and the importance of defeating Trump and Trumpism. In addition to co-founding the Lincoln Project and being an MSNBC Political Analyst, Steve is also a communications and public affairs strategist, having worked on numerous Republican campaigns including, former President George W. Bush, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, and Senator John McCain’s.  Intergenerational Politics is a podcast created by Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi dedicated to engaging all generations in politics with weekly unfiltered conversations with experts across the nation. Be sure to subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or other podcast streaming services.
Hosts Jill Wine-Banks, the only woman on the Watergate trial team, MSNBC Legal Analyst, and author of "The Watergate Girl," and Victor Shi, an incoming freshman at UCLA and the youngest Joe Biden delegate in Illinois, recap the RNC Convention.  Intergenerational Politics is a podcast created by Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi dedicated to engaging all generations in politics with weekly unfiltered conversations with experts across the nation. Be sure to subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or other podcast streaming services.
In this episode, we joined Commissioner Ellen L. Weintraub of the Federal Election Commission to discuss everything you need to know about voting in the 2020 election. We talk about everything from making sure that your mail-in ballot isn't rejected to advice for first-time voters.  Commissioner Weintraub has served as a commissioner on the U.S. Federal Election Commission since 2002 and chaired it for the third time in 2019. During her tenure, Weintraub has served as a consistent voice for meaningful campaign-finance law enforcement and robust disclosure. She believes that strong and fair regulation of money in politics is important to prevent corruption and maintain the faith of the American people in their democracy. Weintraub sounded the alarm early–and continues to do so–regarding the potential for corporate and “dark-money” spending to become a vehicle for foreign influence in our elections. Weintraub is a native New Yorker with degrees from Yale College and Harvard Law School. Prior to her appointment to the FEC, Weintraub was Of Counsel to the Political Law Group of Perkins Coie LLP and Counsel to the House Ethics Committee. Intergenerational Politics is a podcast created by Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi dedicated to engaging all generations in politics with weekly unfiltered conversations with experts across the nation. Be sure to subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or other podcast streaming services. 
In this episode, Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi record the final installment of our special DNC Convention Recap. 
In this episode, we joined Rick Wilson to hear his thoughts on the DNC Convention, what he expects the RNC Convention to look like next week, and some of the work that Lincoln Project is doing to persuade traditional Republicans, independents, and frankly, anyone concerned about our Constitution and democracy. Rick Wilson is a co-founder of The Lincoln Project. He is a seasoned Republican political strategist, frequent political commentator, New York Times best-selling author, media consultant, and innovative ad-maker. He is currently Editor-at-Large of The Daily Beast. Author of Everything Trump Touches Dies, Wilson is an outspoken critic of the Trump administration and the current state of the GOP. Wilson served as field director for George H.W. Bush’s campaign in 1988.  To learn more about the Lincoln Project, click here: https://lincolnproject.us/ Intergenerational Politics is a podcast created by Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi dedicated to engaging all generations in politics with weekly unfiltered conversations with experts across the nation.
In this episode, we sit down with Congressman Brad Schneider to talk about the USPS, mail-in ballots, the importance of down-ballot races, and our excitement for the DNC Convention.  Intergenerational Politics is a podcast created by Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi dedicated to engaging all generations in politics with weekly unfiltered conversations with experts across the nation.
Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi, both Biden delegates in Illinois, recap day 2 of the DNC Convention. 
In this episode, we sit down with Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky to discuss the recent revelations regarding the USPS, our excitement for the DNC Convention, and why the Democratic party and young people must unite to support Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.  Intergenerational Politics is a podcast created by Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi dedicated to engaging all generations in politics with weekly unfiltered conversations with experts across the nation.
Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi, both delegates for Vice President Joe Biden in Illinois recap day 1 of the DNC Convention. 
In this episode, co-hosts Jill Wine-Banks, the only woman on the Watergate Trial Team, MSNBC Legal Analyst, author of "The Watergate Girl," and delegate for Joe Biden, and Victor Shi, the youngest Biden delegate in Illinois and incoming student at UCLA, sit down to share their thoughts on the DNC Convention, their experience running as a delegate, and what they are looking forward to as the DNC Convention unfolds.  You can tune into the DNC Convention and see the planned speakers and events here: https://www.demconvention.com/schedule-and-speakers/ Stay tuned for more special DNC Convention coverage with Jill, Victor, and other exciting guests lined up later this week. 
In this episode, we sit down with Kathy Griffin, a two-time Grammy and Emmy award winner and a trailblazer for women in comedy, to discuss her thoughts on Kamala Harris being selected as Joe Biden's running mate, the fragility of the First Amendment in our current political climate, cancel culture, and Kanye West running for president.  To watch Kathy's new film, "A Hell of a Story," click here: https://www.amazon.com/Kathy-Griffin-Hell-Story/dp/B07VVWGC85  Intergenerational Politics is a podcast created by Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi dedicated to engaging all generations in politics with weekly unfiltered conversations with experts across the nation.
In this episode, we sit down with Elaine Maimon to discuss reopening schools and the future of higher education amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Elaine was the president of Governors State University (GSU), the only public university in the South Suburbs of Chicago. Through her thirteen years as its president, she helped lead GSU through the Great Recession of 2008-9, the Illinois budget crisis and in the last months of her presidency, the first phase of the COVID-19 pandemic. Before heading GSU, Dr. Maimon was Chancellor of the University of Alaska Anchorage and Vice President of Arizona State University, where she led the West Campus. She has also served on the boards of the American Council on Education (2015-20), the American Association of Colleges and Universities (AAC&U), and will soon be at the American Council on Education (ACE) as a special advisor to its President. She is a prolific writer in professional publications and is the author of Leading Academic Change: Vision, Strategy, Transformation. To read her latest article, click here: https://www.insidehighered.com/views/2020/07/30/higher-ed-institutions-should-use-covid-crisis-rethink-their-systems-and-create-new#.XyKy4rxfwaw.email Intergenerational Politics is a podcast created by Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi dedicated to engaging all generations in politics with weekly unfiltered conversations with experts across the nation.
In this episode, we discuss the ways we can achieve racial justice and equality in the United States with Rashawn Ray, a David M. Rubenstein Fellow in Governance Studies at The Brookings Institution and Professor of Sociology and Executive Director of the Lab for Applied Social Science Research (LASSR) at the University of Maryland, College Park.    Intergenerational Politics is a podcast created by Jill Wine-Banks and Victor Shi dedicated to engaging all generations in politics with weekly unfiltered conversations with experts across the nation.  #BLM #Justice #Podcast
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