Tell Me More… is a new weekly podcast that invites people with differing opinions on current political topics to explore, understand, and reflect upon each other’s positions. Join moderator Matt Lehrman for the precise opposite of a debate or argument – an earnest exploration of perspectives and possibilities.
A candid and practical discussion among educators.
Speaking with police officers whose positions are informed by their actual experiences.
Where might there be opportunities for discussion between the positions of being "pro-choice" and "pro-life"?
Exploring the attitudes of the vaccinated to those refusing to do so.
College coaches discussing the competitive issues involving trans athletes.
Please tell us what political topics or social issues are important to you. We're always looking for new topics to discuss!
The inaugural season of Tell Me More... is underwritten by the Mesa/East Valley MLK Committee.
In a time of profound divisiveness, I hope that the "courageous conversations" this podcast provides serve as temporary but effective bridges between people who view our society from different perspectives. - Matt Lehrman
It's not the choice of topic that DETERMINES a "courageous conversation" SO MUCH AS your willingness to consider someone else's PERSPECTIVE.
A HEALTHY COMMUNITY IS ONE THAT'S CONTINUALLY ENGAGED IN MINDFUL AND PURPOSEFUL DISCUSSION ABOUT ITS TOUGHEST CHALLENGES.
WHAT GOOD IS HAVING "FREE SPEECH" IF NOBODY IS WILLING TO LISTEN TO WHAT ANYBODY ELSE HAS TO SAY?
JUST BECAUSE WE DISAGREE DOESN'T MEAN THAT WE CAN'T BE FRIENDS. it must be possible to DISAGREE WITHOUT BEING DISAGREEABLE.
Mr. Rogers said it best: "If it's human, it's mentionable. And if it's mentionable, it's manageable." So, how about we mention everything?