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Ep. 018: Law Professor Jeff Baker

Law Professor Jeff Baker

 

In this episode of The Chat with Claire Fordham podcast, Claire interviews law professor Jeff Baker.

Jeff runs Pepperdine University’s Community Justice Clinic, where he practices with law students to provide pro bono legal services to local nonprofits in Malibu and international nongovernmental organizations dedicated to justice, human rights, and community empowerment among vulnerable and marginalized populations.

Some of the clinic’s client’s have a global reach like Malibu based Medicine for Humanity. Listen as Jeff explains why the law is important and whether President Trump is playing fast and loose with the constitution.

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Ep. 017: Spiritual Leader Marianne Williamson

Spiritual Leader Marianne Williamson

In this episode of The Chat with Claire Fordham podcast, Claire interviews spiritual leader and best selling author, Marianne Williamson.

Marianne shares her thoughts on the important issues facing America today. At a time when fear and hatred have been turned into a political force, we chat about whether it’s possible to harness the powers of love and decency in the current political arena.

Marianne feels we need a deeper, multi-dimensional understanding of our national story: where we have been, where we are, and where we need to go now.

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Ep. 15: War Correspondent Sue Turton

War Correspondent Sue Turton

In this episode of The Chat with Claire Fordham podcast, Claire interviews war correspondent Sue Turton.

Spectacular Sue won two Royal Television Society Awards for her investigative reporting for Channel 4 News.

She has covered conflicts in Afghanistan, Libya, Syria, Iraq, and Egypt. and was one of the Al Jazeera journalists convicted in Egypt of aiding and abetting a terrorist organization.

 

The journalists received sentences of between seven and ten years. Sue, who was tried in absentia, led the successful campaign to have her three imprisoned colleagues freed.

Now, she’s written a guidebook for youth seeking to get involved in politics and hoping to change the world.

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