Kaepernick and the Constitution, Butting Out of Relationship
The Matt Townsend Show
- Oct 17, 2016 4:00 pm
Kaepernick and the Constitution (18:32) Bennett L. Gershman is a tenured Professor of Law at Pace Law School in New York. Gershman courses mainly focus on Constitutional Law, Prosecutorial Ethic, Judicial Ethics, Criminal law and Criminal Procedure. Colin Kaepernick, a NFL football player, has made a lot of noise in his protest against racial inequality. Kaepernick’s protest, which involves taking a knee during the National Anthem at NFL football games, has sparked a national outcry. This has not been the first time this debate has created a wave effect in our society. Professor Bennet L. Gershman explains the legal issues around this protest. Entrepreneur's Manifesto (1:05:10) Steve Mariotti spent 30 years as a teacher of at-risk youth. He founded the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship. Mariotti has witnessed first-hand how entrepreneurship education inspires individuals to create pathways out of poverty for themselves. His organization has over 600,000 graduates and programs in ten countries. His book ‘An Entrepreneur’s Manifesto’ surveys the state of entrepreneurship internationally, and undercovers new efforts to encourage entrepreneurship, including the world’s poorest communities. Revisited Movie Reviews - Tremors (1:46:26) In honor of Halloween we are revisiting scary movies of the past. Today's movie is the cult classic "Tremors" with Kevin Bacon, Michael Gross, and Reba McEntire Butting Out of Your Relationship (1:48:06) Dr. Brian Willoughby is an assistant professor in the School of Family Life at Brigham Young University. Dr. Willoughby is also the Director of the RELATE Institute, a non-profit organization dedicated to studying and improving romantic relationships. Dr. Willoughby's research focuses on young adult dating and relationship patterns and his specific expertise areas include dating, sexuality, cohabitation, marriage formation, and marital attitudes/beliefs. Dr. Willoughby talks with Dr. Townsend about the article, Butting Out of Your Relationship. Liana Tan - Middle Child (2:17:03) Being a middle child comes with some stigma — you're not the oldest and wisest, and you're not the "baby" of the family, either. Plus, thanks to "middle child syndrome," people assume you're more likely to feel left out or neglected. Producer Liana Tan explains the upside of being a middle child.