What Was Early America Like Around the Revolutionary War? with Dr. Jessica Roney
How did we come to be the United States of America? What was life like in Philadelphia and Boston leading up to the Revolutionary War? Jonathan sits down with Dr. Jessica Roney, Associate Professor of History at Temple University to find out these answers and more. Check out more from Temple University on Twitter: @TempleUHistory, @TULiberalArts, @TempleUniv. For more music from Quiñ head to ).
How Has the US Disrupted Native American Food Sources? With Brittany Wenniserí:iostha Jock, PhD, MHS
Brittany Jock a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. Dr. Jock joins Jonathan to discuss her research specializing in health and preventing obesity in Native American communities. Follow Dr. Jock on social: Twitter: ).
Is it Possible That I’m the Most Gorgeous Hypochondriac That Has Ever Lived? with Dr. Adam Ratner
Adam Ratner, MD, MPH is the Director of the Division of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital and New York University School of Medicine. Adam and Jonathan sit down to discuss what germs are, how they make us sick, and if Jonathan should be cleaning all public spaces he comes in contact with with bleach wipes. Follow Dr. Ratner on social: Instagram: @nyulangone Twitter: @nyulangone @gramstain For more music from Quiñ head to )
How Did You Learn to Write Pop Music? with Kim Petras
Singer-songwriter and incredible badass Kim Petras joins Jonathan to talk about her writing process and how her work is reshaping how people are listening to pop music. Follow Kim on Twitter and Instagram: @kimpetras For more music from Quiñ head to code: JVN).
Are The Democrats As Inclusive As We Think They Are? with Alicia Garza
Activist and cofounder of Black Lives Matter Alicia Garza joins Jonathan to discuss the current state of the movement as well as race in politics. They also discuss Alicia’s founding and work with Black Futures Lab, an organization created to drive societal change and help make black people powerful in politics. Find out more about Alicia and her work online: Instagram: @chasinggarza, @domesticworkers, @blackfutureslab, @supermajority Twitter: @aliciagarza, @domesticworkers, @blackfutureslab, #BlackLivesMatter For more music from Quiñ head to ).