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May 25, 2017

Note: Justice Talking's grant funding expired in 2008 and the project has been closed. This website is an archive of the entire run of Justice Talking shows through June 30, 2008.
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"The best debates of issues critical to America, period."--KISU 91.1 FM Idaho

"An example of journalistic excellence."--Leslie Stahl

Award Winning Radio

Listen in as the nation's top advocates tackle the tough, provocative legal issues that capture the headlines, from stem cell research to prayer in school, gay marriage to Guantanamo Bay.

With knowledge and insight, veteran NPR correspondent Margot Adler leads listeners through a fast-paced hour. You can hear interviews with the nation's leading experts, reports from the field that explain why a legal issue matters and lively debates that force advocates to articulate and defend their positions.

Justice Talking is an entertaining and enlightening mix of voices and opinions. Tune in today and listen to the sound of democracy.

An Engaging Host

Justice Talking is hosted by Margot Adler, a National Public Radio correspondent based in NPR's New York Bureau. Heard regularly on All Things Considered ® , Morning Edition ®, and Weekend Edition ®, Adler's thirty years of experience as a radio host and correspondent enable her to explore contemporary issues in an entertaining and insightful manner. Adler is the author of two books including Heretic's Heart: A Journey Through Spirit & Revolution. Email Margot.

Award Winning Producers and Staff
Kathryn KolbertExecutive Producer (1999 - 2008)
Julie DrizenProducer(1999 - 2003)
Sheryl FlowersProducer(2000 - 2002)
Kara McGuirkProducer(2000 - 2008)
Erin MooneyProducer(2002 - 2007)
Steve MencherProducer(2003 - 2005)
Ingrid LakeyProducer(2005 - 2008)
Viet LeProducer(2006 - 2008)
Julie MashackProducer(2006 - 2008)
Jeanne BaronProducer(2007 - 2008)
Gary KalmanCommunications(2001 - 2005)
Laura SiderOutreach(2003 - 2008)
Marvin LiWebmaster(2003 - 2004)
Gary L. GehmanWebmaster(2004 - 2008)
 

Citizen Education

Justice Talking was the flagship of a multi-media civic education initiative online, in print and in classrooms. Justice Talking and the New York Times Learning Network have teamed up to bring you JusticeLearning.org, a free website for students and teachers that tackles the tough provocative legal issues debated in the courts, in congress and in our classrooms.

At Justice Learning students can find Justice Talking audio and New York Times articles on key issues of interest to students; an interactive guide to the Constitution which includes historical timelines and primary source material from the Congress, the Courts and the Oval Office.

Education World gave the site an A plus, calling it "a superlative site from world class sources" — See for yourself at JusticeLearning.org.

The educational program also develops educational videos and contributes lesson plans and teacher resources to the Annenberg Classroom. On line at Annenbergclassroom.org.

 
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Justice Talking was produced by the Annenberg Public Policy Center, a think tank at the University of Pennsylvania's Annenberg School for Communication.

The Director of the Annenberg Public Policy Center is Dr. Kathleen Hall Jamieson.
The program was distributed nationally by NPR and also heard on NPR Worldwide, Armed Forces Radio Network, Sirius Satellite Radio and InTouch Networks.
Generous support for the program was provided by The Annenberg Foundation.

It's the most important document in U.S. History: In your hip pocket!

The U.S. Constitution What it Says, What it Means by the Founding Fathers and Justice Learning.org


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