By Anonymous (not verified), 25 April, 2012
Michael Slate

Bianca Bagatourian, Playwright/Filmmaker, offers sharp insight on the roots of genocide and talks about her latest film project on genocide in Rwanda and the lessons it holds for the world.

PZ Myers, Biologist, University of Minnesota Morris and the author of Pharyngula, the most popular science blog in the world, lams into the Tennessee "monkey law" and why it's so dangerous.

Obie winning actress and playwright Danai Gurira talks about her play "The Convert" and digs into the life of a woman caught between two patriarchal societies -- the Christianity of British colonial society in 1895 Zimbabwe and the indigenous religion and culture of traditional Zimbabwean society.