This week on The Bulletin, Nicole Martin talks with Emmy award-winning journalist and author Janus Adams who attended the March on Washington in 1963. They discuss the events of that day and the reason “progress” is the wrong word to use when we talk about movement toward greater racial justice. Next, Nicole and Russell Moore tackle the declassification of marijuana, and Russell quotes Merle Haggard. (Do we need a Bulletin-themed weekly playlist?) Finally, Russell and Nicole talk with author and Bulletin producer Clarissa Moll about Jimmy Carter, hospice, and how we talk about the end of life.
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Joining us this week:
Janus Adams is an Emmy Award-winning journalist, historian, entrepreneur, and bestselling author of eleven books, Dr. Janus Adams is the host of public radio’s “The Janus Adams Show” and podcast. She has appeared on ABC, BET, CBS, CNN, Fox News, NBC’s The Today Show, and NPR’s All Things Considered. With more than 500 articles, essays and columns to her credit, her work has been featured in Essence and Ms. Magazines, The New York Times, Newsday, USA Today, and The Washington Post. Her syndicated column ran in the Hearst Newspapers for sixteen years. Her commentary has been broadcast on CBS and NPR, and published in the Huffington Post.
Clarissa Moll is an award-winning writer and podcaster who helps bereaved people find flourishing after loss. She co-hosted Christianity Today’s “Surprised by Grief” podcast and her debut book, Beyond the Darkness: A Gentle Guide for Living with Grief and Thriving After Loss, was a best-selling new release in 2022. She is the producer of “The Bulletin” and widow of former CT editor Rob Moll.
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