This week’s episode is all about living well, dying well, and the people who are trying to make things a little better for us along the way. We have stories about keeping the faith with spies in your midst, entrepreneurs fighting crime with coffee, and a town that thinks we might all be better off with a bit of lithium in the water. The New York Jets beat reporter Dom Consentino and Huffington Post columnist Sarah Beauchamp talk feminism beyond the NFL scandals of domestic abuse, and the band IndigeSoul joins us live with some ethnic global grooves. What a way to live.
Producer: Kristen Clark
Host: Natalie Abruzzo
Stories by Julia Alsop, Sarah Barrett, Caroline Lewis, Audrey McGlinchy, Reem Nasr and Elijah Stewart.
On this episode:
- The NFL and Domestic Violence
- Q&A: Domestic Violence in the NFL with guests Dom Consentino and Sarah Beauchamp
- The Reconnect Café
- Lithium in the Water
- Five Years After the Death of Imam Luqman Abdullah
- Dying With Dignity
- Seeing Ghosts
- Musical Guests IndigeSoul
Original air date: Oct. 15, 2014