Episode 13: Jason Rosenbaum

Jason Rosenbaum joins us to discuss the ever-evolving media landscape, the impact of the Ferguson Uprising on journalism, and the lack of public awareness surrounding local and state politics. 

Episode 12: Vivian Gibson

Author Vivian Gibson, joins us to discuss factors impacting the decline of the Mill Creek Valley neighborhood. Her memoir, The Last Children of Mill Creek, documents the nations largest urban renew project and its consequences on the black community through stories from her childhood in St. Louis.

Episode 11: Lane Koch

In this episode of This Civic Moment, our hosts welcome Lane Koch. This podcast, hosted by the Engage Democracy Fellows at the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement at Washington University, seeks answers to these questions while providing listeners with multiple angles to inquire, reflect, and discern our civic identity and calling as a community.

Episode 10: Ray Boshara

In this episode of This Civic Moment, our hosts welcome Ray Boshara. This podcast, hosted by the Engage Democracy Fellows at the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement at Washington University, seeks answers to these questions while providing listeners with multiple angles to inquire, reflect, and discern our civic identity and calling as a community.

Episode 9: Caroline Fan

In this episode of This Civic Moment, our hosts welcome Caroline Fan. This podcast, hosted by the Engage Democracy Fellows at the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement at Washington University, seeks answers to these questions while providing listeners with multiple angles to inquire, reflect, and discern our civic identity and calling as a community.

Episode 8: Mike Jones II, Ph.D.

In this episode of This Civic Moment, our hosts welcome Mike Jones II, Ph.D. This podcast, hosted by the Engage Democracy Fellows at the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement at Washington University, seeks answers to these questions while providing listeners with multiple angles to inquire, reflect, and discern our civic identity and calling as a community.

Episode 7: Dr. Ness Sandoval

In this episode of This Civic Moment, our hosts welcome Dr. Ness Sandoval. This podcast, hosted by the Engage Democracy Fellows at the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement at Washington University, seeks answers to these questions while providing listeners with multiple angles to inquire, reflect, and discern our civic identity and calling as a community.

Episode 6: Rep. Avery Bourne

In this episode of This Civic Moment, our hosts welcome Avery Bourne (R-Morrisonville), Illinois General Assembly. This podcast, hosted by the Engage Democracy Fellows at the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement at Washington University, seeks answers to these questions while providing listeners with multiple angles to inquire, reflect, and discern our civic identity and calling as a community.

Episode 5: Richard A. Gephardt

In this episode of This Civic Moment, our hosts welcome Richard A. Gephardt, Founder of the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement. This podcast, hosted by the Engage Democracy Fellows at the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement at Washington University, seeks answers to these questions while providing listeners with multiple angles to inquire, reflect, and discern our civic identity and calling as a community.

Episode 4: Dr. Kira Hudson Banks

In this episode of This Civic Moment, our hosts welcome Dr. Kira Hudson Banks. This podcast, hosted by the Engage Democracy Fellows at the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement at Washington University, seeks answers to these questions while providing listeners with multiple angles to inquire, reflect, and discern our civic identity and calling as a community.

Episode 3: Scott Faughn

In this episode of This Civic Moment, our hosts welcome Scott Faughn, editor and founder of The Missouri Times. This podcast, hosted by the Engage Democracy Fellows at the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement at Washington University, seeks answers to these questions while providing listeners with multiple angles to inquire, reflect, and discern our civic identity and calling as a community.

Episode 1: Evan Krauss

In this episode of This Civic Moment, our hosts welcome Evan Krauss, Director of East Side Aligned. This podcast, hosted by the Engage Democracy Fellows at the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement at Washington University, seeks answers to these questions while providing listeners with multiple angles to inquire, reflect, and discern our civic identity and calling as a community.

Episode 2: Rabbi Susan Talve

In this episode of This Civic Moment, our hosts welcome Rabbi Susan Talve, Central Reform Congregation. This podcast, hosted by the Engage Democracy Fellows at the Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement at Washington University, seeks answers to these questions while providing listeners with multiple angles to inquire, reflect, and discern our civic identity and calling as a community.