All of On Point's coronavirus-related shows, in one place.
We take stock of the week’s biggest stories.
What should the Strategic National Stockpile be used for? We talk with the man who was once in charge of the whole thing.
In 2013, the city of Camden, New Jersey fired all of its police officers and rebuilt the department. We look at the lessons learned for today.
We talk to a few graduates about how current events are shaping their plans for the future.
Black journalists told they can’t cover protests. Racially insensitive headlines. Revolt in newsrooms. We talk about the media’s own internal reckoning with race.
We look into what we know about the pandemic as global cases continue to rise, while much of the developed world begins to reopen.
In Congress, and across the country, there are calls for the reform of police departments. We look at what that would mean.
Protests over racism and police brutality continue to grip the country. We hear the stories of organizers on the ground.
Former American military leadership has been speaking out against the use of force against protesters. We talk with some of them about why.
Black Americans are disproportionately hard hit by the current loss of jobs. We explore why and what can be done to reverse this trend.
What's different in this moment that's bringing people to the streets overseas?
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar joins us to talk about race, America and the George Floyd protests.
What messages are black Americans sending to politicians about what they want in November?
As protests continue across the United States, we check in directly with Los Angeles, Minneapolis and Atlanta to get the latest.
Protests erupt against police brutality and use of force. In many cities, police are responding with even more force. We look at what it means about policing in America.
How should parents talk with their children about all they're seeing and experiencing right now?
What do we need from media coverage of racism, police brutality and the weekend's protests?
The historic forces behind the death of George Floyd.
Our weekly roundtable digs into the week’s news.
We look at addiction and substance abuse during the coronavirus pandemic and the resources available to those who are suffering.