Back to: All IN
March 24, 2022
Today, on our final new show, we hear from some of the public media reporters who routinely joined us to talk about the work they’ve done and what's coming next. We also hear a little bit from the folks behind the scenes at All IN.
Improving Access to Higher Education for Formerly Incarcerated Hoosiers
March 23, 2022
Today we find out what impact higher education can have for formerly incarcerated Hoosiers, why so many obstacles remain in their way, and ongoing efforts to make things better.
Finding Your Passion
March 22, 2022
Today we talk about what it means to find your passion, and why a focus on finding it versus developing it could affect how motivated you are to try new things.
Breathing New Life into Historic African American Schools
March 21, 2022
Today we learn about historic African American schools around Indiana, what the history behind them can teach us, and efforts to transform these buildings into museums and community centers.
March 18, 2022
Today we revisit a few of the most interesting topics we covered this week, including what could be next for local news, reflecting on two years of COVID-19, and significant figures in Indiana women’s history.
Distrust In Mainstream Media (Repeat)
March 17, 2022
Research has shown a growing distrust in traditional mainstream media, and through the internet people are finding different ways to consume news. Today we talk about why these changes are happening and what impact it's had so far.
Indiana Women's History
March 16, 2022
Today we talk about significant figures in Indiana women’s history. We learn about women’s suffrage, a baseball team founded in South Bend during World War II, and the first African American and first woman appointed public defender of Indiana.
Reflecting on Two Years of COVID-19
March 15, 2022
It's been two years since the COVID-19 pandemic hit Indiana. Today we spend the hour reflecting on what we've learned and what we haven't, with two of the health experts who helped talk us through it.
What's Happening To Local News? (Repeat)
March 14, 2022
Today we talk about why local news is on the decline, what effect corporate buyouts have on newsrooms, and whether independent sources and social media can replace local newspapers.
March 11, 2022
Today we revisit a few of the most interesting topics we covered this week, including how Indiana fits into the larger story of American architecture, a memoir from the first African American to earn a doctorate in tuba performance, and how to have conversations about race, racism and politics in the classroom.
The Crowdfunding Model / Science of Sleep
March 10, 2022
Today we learn about the crowdfunding model, and a platform in Indiana working to help groups accomplish their goals. We also dive into the world of sleep. Are we getting enough?
Race, Racism, and Politics in American Schools (Repeat)
March 9, 2022
How do we have conversations about race, racism and politics in the classroom? Today we spend the hour with Marcus Croom from Indiana University to talk about the 'Real Talk' protocol he came up with to answer that question.