John Sibley Butler, entrepreneur and University of Texas at Austin professor, discusses his inheritance as a member of the “Black Bourgeoisie.”
Llewellyn King discusses the impact of literature on politics and culture with Philip Gould and Timothy Bewes, both Brown University professors of English.
Llewellyn King and guests SiriusXM Radio host Joe Madison “The Black Eagle,” and Creators Syndicate and CNN columnist Froma Harrop discuss the need for a new social contract.
Guests: Michelle Fay, Partner, Energy, Sustainability and Infrastructure, Guidehouse; and Peter Asmus, Research Director, Guidehouse Insights
Topic: How microgrids are changing electricity supply
Llewellyn King talks to Jim Bohannon, about talk radio hosting, and to Edward Gabriel, former U.S. ambassador to Morocco, about the Beirut explosion and the political crisis in Lebanon.
Llewellyn King discusses how innovation happens in companies and what inhibits it with mobile telecommunications pioneer Morgan O’Brien and Jack Markell, former Delaware governor.
Financial industry joins green movement.
Guests: Chris Snyder, Director, Energy, Sustainability, and Infrastructure, Guidehouse; and Ivan Frishberg, Director of Impact Policy, Amalgamated Bank
Llewellyn King discusses the role of trees in human health and tracking COVID-19 through sewage with Aruni Bhatnagar and Ted Smith of the University of Louisville’s Christina Lee Brown Envirome Institute.
Llewellyn King speaks with Jan-Willem Bode, a London-based Guidehouse consultant, about the Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials, a group of financial institutions working to measure and track the climate impact of their lending and investment portfolios.
Llewellyn King talks with Linda Marban, CEO of Capricor Therapeutics, about the exosomal path to developing a vaccine for COVID-19 and Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, and the excitement of medical research.