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Sept. 19 at 10 am
CUTLINE is Connecticut Public’s monthly deep dive into current issues, ideas, and events that are most on our minds in Connecticut. From the serious to the sublime, CUTLINE convenes the state’s leading experts, activists, journalists, and thinkers around thoughtful discussions you'll want to share that affect our families, workplaces and communities.
Four years after the hurricane swept across Puerto Rico, Los de María now live between two places.
CUTLINE explores 9/11 through conversation about memorials, memory and meaning.
CUTLINE talks with scientists who have firsthand experience of our changing Earth.
Explore what true health equity means, and how a pandemic brought into focus the disparate health outcomes that are prevalent in Connecticut.
Host Lucy Nalpathanchil looks at the policies driving racial and socioeconomic segregation in Connecticut.
Ray Hardman talks with Connecticut small business owners about how they adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic, and what may have forever changed.
This story is about the people and the very personal and harrowing cost of COVID. This is one story, our story, told through many voices.
John Henry Smith and a diverse group of voices discuss different forms of white supremacy and address conditions and experiences in CT and around the U.S.
CUTLINE explores what students and stakeholders stand to lose as sports are paused during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Join Seasoned hosts Marysol Castro and Chef Plum to explore the ways food keeps us connected during a time when we’ll likely be celebrating virtually.
How are the anxiety, trauma, and heartbreak of COVID-19 playing out in CT? Diane Orson talks with local experts, front-line workers, parents, and young people about how they’re dealing with these stressors.
Cutline in the Community
Listening to Earth: Indigenous Wisdom & Climate Futures with The International Festival of Arts & Ideas
Native environmental justice activists discuss practical solutions to care for our planet.
Discover the truth about Fairfield County’s role in the Underground Railroad and early abolition movements.
The Nature Conservancy explores how the outdoors restores, refreshes, and inspires.
Voices from around CT discuss the challenges and opportunities for building a more inclusive, just, and effective democracy.
Five Holocaust survivors describe the terror of being separated from their parents in a short documentary, followed by a panel discussion.