In The Moment ... February 6, 2017 Show 024 Hour 2
Dr. Tim Schorn is a professor at the University of South Dakota. He specializes in Middle Eastern politics, international human rights, and international law. Today is day 18 of the Trump administration. On Friday a federal judge temporarily blocked the president's executive order that suspended entry of all refugees into the U.S. for 120 days. The same executive order froze entry from Syrian refugees indefinitely and blocked entry for three months to residents from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, Somalia, and Yemen. The battle continues to play out in the courts.
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Hailima Yates joins us to explore how our perceptions influence the way we see ourselves, others, and the world around us. We’ll talk about the role of 24-hour media exposure and more as we contemplate how observing our own perceptions can help us evaluate our own behavior. Hailima Yates presents “Impacting Perceptions” as part of the BHSU Rapid City Speaker Series.
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We recap the highlights (and misses) of this year’s Super Bowl commercials. From politics to comedy, Bob Kolt unpacks the ads and what they tell us about American business and American culture. (Bob Kolt is president and CEO of Kolt Communications and Professor of Practice and instructor in the Advertising and Public Relations Department in the College of Communication Arts and Sciences at Michigan State University.)
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On this week’s Images of the Past, Jessica Michak from Deadwood History Inc. joins us to talk about Dr. Frank S. Howe, a renowned Deadwood physician. Dr. Howe treated businessmen and their wives, as well as prostitutes and their customers. We’ll explore the multi-layered culture of historic Deadwood through the lens of a man who saw more of it than most.
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