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Black voters cross party lines in Mississippi

Black voters cross party lines in Mississippi

06/28/14 10:23AM

In Mississippi, the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Freedom Summer, when volunteers converged on the state to register African Americans to vote, comes the same week that black voters of Mississippi are in the news for crossing party lines to vot watch

Differences between tea party and GOP

Differences between tea party and GOP

06/28/14 10:13AM

Cristina Beltran from New York University, The New York Post’s Robert George and The New York Times’ Nicholas Confessore discuss the similarities and differences between the tea party and the Republican Party. watch

The high cost of adding to families

The high cost of adding to families

06/22/14 11:30AM

Tanya Selvaratnam, author of “The Big Lie: Motherhood, Feminism and the Reality of the Biological Clock” and Carmen Wong Ulrich, author of “The Cost of Living” discuss the emotional and financial cost of adding to a family through science. watch

How sociology can be used in child rearing

How sociology can be used in child rearing

06/22/14 11:14AM

Dalton Conley, author of “Parentology: Everything You Wanted to Know About the Science of Raising Children But Were Too Exhausted to Ask” describes the ways he brought sociology to bear in raising his children. watch

How the definition of fatherhood is changing

How the definition of fatherhood is changing

06/22/14 11:01AM

Gone are the days where fathers are only assumed to be financial providers and little else. T.J. Holmes, Carmen Wong Ulrich, Annabelle Gurwitch and Marc Hudson discuss how the definition of what makes a good father is changing. watch

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