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September 2009 Episodes:
  • Pub Date: Sep 25, 2009 - 1:00 am
  • Linda Alexander on HOLLYWOOD POLITICS: BLACKLISTING - THEN AND NOW and Dr. Edward Geiselman on EYEWITNESS PSYCHOLOGY
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  • Linda Alexander has written 4 books - 2 biographies and 2 novels of dark romantic suspense. A 1991 letter on psychological child abuse put her on the Oprah Show as a Featured Guest. For twenty years, she has freelanced for magazines such as Spotlight and Soap Opera Update, and newspapers including The Washington Times and Baton Rouge Advocate.

    Dr. Edward Geiselman is a member of the faculty at UCLA since 1979. Professor Geiselman's current research programs include interviewing witnesses and victims of crime, detecting deception, eyewitness psychology and person identification, and court instructions related to eyewitness testimony. Dr. Geiselman has published over 100 research articles and book chapters with an emphasis on the retrieval of memories.
  • Pub Date: Sep 18, 2009 - 1:00 am
  • Dr. William F. Schulz on Human Rights and Sam Fulwood III on Racism: Our Country, Our President
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  • Dr. William F. Schulz was the executive director of Amnesty International USA from 1994 to 2006. He is an ordained minister with The Unitarian Church and is a Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress in Washington, D.C. He is the contributing editor of The Future of Human Rights: U.S. Policy for a New Era, which lays out recommendations for the Obama administration in all areas of human rights policy. A frequent guest on television programs such as "Good Morning, America," "The Today Show," "Hardball," and "Nightline," Dr. Schulz is the author of two books on human rights, In Our Own Best Interest: How Defending Human Rights Benefits Us All and Tainted Legacy: 9/11 and the Ruin of Human Rights.

    Sam Fulwood III is a Senior Fellow at American Progress Center. He has been a columnist for The Plain Dealer in Cleveland, Ohio, National Correspondent in the Washington bureau of The Los Angeles Times, Business Editor and State Political Editor for the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Johannesburg South Africa bureau correspondent for The Baltimore Sun, and as a Police, Business, and Sports reporter at The Charlotte Observer. He is also the author of two books, Waking from the Dream: My Life in the Black Middle Class (Anchor, 1996) and Full of It: Strong Words and Fresh Thinking for Cleveland (Gray & Company, 2004).
  • Pub Date: Sep 11, 2009 - 1:00 am
  • Captain Robert L. Snow on Domestic Terrorism and Tom Wootton on The Bipolar Economy
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  • Captain Robert L. Snow is presently head of the Homicide Branch of the Indianapolis Police Department and has been a police officer in Indianapolis for over 30 years. During this time he has worked as a Commander of the Planning and Research Branch, Administrative Assistant to the Chief of Police, Police Department Executive Officer, and Captain of Detectives. He is the acclaimed author of Stopping a Stalker; Family Abuse; SWAT Teams; and Protecting Your Life, Home, and Property and The Militia Threat: Terrorist Among Us.

    Tom Wootton is a former accelerative learning trainer for major corporations worldwide, including Hewlett Packard, Ford, AT&T, and Cisco. He has become a passionate agent of change for those with mental conditions. As a result of his own experiences with bipolar, Wootton wrote two books, "The Bipolar Advantage" and "The Depression Advantage." He is a keynote speaker and designs and facilitates workshops and programs for mental health departments and advocacy groups nationwide.

  • Pub Date: Sep 04, 2009 - 1:00 am
  • Jane LaMond-Alvarez on Child Abduction and Abuse and Thomas N. Bradbury, Ph.D. on The Destruction of Marriage
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  • Jane Lemond-Alvarez is a Foster Parent, Author, and Child Advocate. She is a child abuse expert and former crime analyst from the Ventura California Police Department. She is a published author of the true stories: Blinders and Where's Mario. She is also one of the founders of The Injustice Files an organization dedicated to protecting children from child abuse.

    Thomas N. Bradbury, Ph. D. is a Professor in the UCLA Department of Psychology where he started the Marriage and Family Development Laboratory. With funding from the National Institutes of Health, the National Science Foundation, and the John Templeton Foundation, Bradbury and his collaborators have published more than 100 research articles and three edited books, including The Psychology of Marriage. Recipient of the Distinguished Teaching Award from the UCLA Psychology Department, Bradbury has also been honored with several awards for his research on marriage and intimate relationships, including the Distinguished Scientific Award for Early Career Achievements from the American Psychological Association.