Spend a beautiful spring morning with Carrie Sheffield and Clay Aiken on Bold TV! Our hosts will guide us through discussions on U.S. relations with North Korea, American poverty, LGBTQ representation in politics, and so much more!
*Update: Watch the full episode here.*
We’ll have some amazing guests to help with these topics, including Palestinian-Canadian author Chaker Khazaal! Tune in tomorrow morning at 10AMET on Facebook and Periscope and make sure to comment along with us!
We’re so excited to welcome Justine Harman from Glamour to discuss her recent interview with Cynthia Nixon; the “Sex and the City” star is running for governor in New York. We’re looking forward to hear about the highlights of the interview and discuss the larger, growing trend of LGBTQ representation in politics.
Are we winning the war on poverty? Peter Cove, founder of America Works and author of “Poor No More: Rethinking Dependency and the War on Poverty” will be joining us to share his work to address the poverty crisis. America Works aims to give people the tools they need to get the right job, which will provide for themselves and their families.
North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-Un has recently met with Chinese president, Xi Jinping, the third in a string of meetings for the formerly reclusive nation. To discuss what this could mean for the future of foreign relations, we will have Gordon Chang, author of “Nuclear Showdown: North Korea Takes On the World”and Mene Ukeberuwa, assistant editorial features editor at The Wall Street Journal.
We will then be joined by friend of Bold, Julie Gunlock, from the Independent Women’s Forum. Julie will discuss a new bill in Utah that legalizes “free-range parenting,” a style that opposes the cautious ideals that we see a lot of today. Have we sacrificed freedom in an effort to protect our children?
Lastly, we will have Chaker Khazaal, author of “Tale of Tala” for our Bookstr segment. Khazaal is a Palestinian-Canadian reporter and speaker. His novel was inspired by his travels through the Middle East and Europe where he gathered stories from refugees around the world.
- Gordon Chang, Daily Beast columnist and Author of “Nuclear Showdown: North Korea Takes On the World”
- Mene Ukueberuwa, Assistant Editorial Features Editor at The Wall Street Journal
- Peter Cove, Founder of America Works
- Justine Harman, Senior Editor at Glamour
- Julie Gunlock, Senior Fellow at IWF
- Chaker Khazaal, Author of “Tale of Tala”
*Editor’s Note: Independent Women’s Forum and America Works are Bold partners.*