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“Do black men have a harder struggle in life than most? Are white men privileged?” see me on a Magamedia panel

on February 26, 2021 in Nonjudgment

Readers have given me positive feedback on my appearance on the politically conservative, Trump-supporting media outlet Magamedia. I value interacting with people with diverse views. The other day, I participated in a panel there prompted by a Congressional candidate from California facing criticism for posting an artwork representing the experience of black men. We examined the situation from a range of perspectives. I’d love your thoughts, whether you agree with[…] Keep reading →

See me on on the election

on December 15, 2020 in Nonjudgment

Following up my conversation last week See me on a MAGAMedia panel with five Trump supporters, here is another conversation I had with my friend Rob (@robjh1), one-on-one. We covered a few topics, then mostly settled in on the election—was it a fraud or not? What evidence is there? What do people who feel one way feel about those they disagree with? I can’t figure out how to embed the[…] Keep reading →

See me on a MAGAMedia panel with five Trump supporters

on December 10, 2020 in Nonjudgment

It’s been a while since I appeared on MAGAMedia, but I spoke on a panel with them last week. Here are some of my past appearances. Here is the post to MAGAMedia, MAGAMedia Podcast With Guests Agnes Gibboney, Joshua Spodek, Bebe, and Shawn [Video], and below is the video. My goal in participating was not to debate or win, but to share my views and learn others’. I’ve read a[…] Keep reading →

Three Latest Videos on New York City’s lockdown with Me and’s Rob Harper

on May 16, 2020 in Audio, Nonjudgment, Stories

I can’t describe the unexpected fun and growth coming from my conversations with Rob. When I learned of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s friendship with Antonin Scalia, I couldn’t get it. How could one tolerate someone who worked to make the world the opposite of what they wanted, especially with the stakes so high? Reading John Stuart Mill’s On Liberty, I intellectually understood his point that you have to share your ideas[…] Keep reading →

Lockdown reflections, locked down with family for the first time since the 70s (with Robjh from Magamedia)

on April 23, 2020 in Audio, Relationships

Rob and I have created a series of one-on-one reflections on inside views on the lockdown. In my case, I haven’t lived this closely with my mom since before school—not college, not high school, but school, meaning kindergarten. Among other things, I share on a flare-up between my step-father and me and how I plan to resolve it. Also my comparisons between generational differences today and in All in the[…] Keep reading →

See my second appearance on

on April 14, 2020 in Nature, Nonjudgment

Rob and Andrew at invited me back, this time for a three-way conversation: Maga Media Podcast ep35: Guest Joshua Spodek| Climate Change, Coronavirus & the Great American Lockdown. EDIT: I recommend everyone watch these videos on preventing pandemics including COVID-19, considering how much our behavior is causing them: Pandemics: History & Prevention Can we stop a future pandemic? Dr. Michael Greger M.D explains what’s next. Their notes for this[…] Keep reading →

Video on New York City’s lockdown with’s Rob Harper

on April 12, 2020 in Audio, Stories

I appeared on a second time, which I’ll post about tomorrow (here’s my post on my first appearance, explaining why I’m appearing on a site supporting someone acting contrary to many of my values). [EDIT: I posted it the next day: See my second appearance on My podcast episode with my mom preempted it.] In preparing for the appearance, Rob and I got to talking about New York’s[…] Keep reading →

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