It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the world’s problems. It’s harder to pinpoint the systems responsible for creating them. In this series, Jon Stewart brings together people affected by different parts of a problem to discuss how we come up with change.
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No matter how sincerely some white people want to educate themselves and take action against racism, white comfort seems to block progress.
Americans love freedom. But what price are they willing to pay for it — and what can be learned from other countries that are fighting to be free?
Shootings in America are an epidemic. Many agree that bad guys shouldn't have gun access, but how do we decide who the bad guys are?Watch Now:Amazon
We're being told the planet is headed towards catastrophe if we don't fix climate change. What will it take for everyone to change their behavior?
Many politicians praise working-class Americans. But why is so little done to actually help them succeed?
Supporting the troops is one thing Americans seem to agree on — but why are so many veterans struggling to receive the care they need?Watch Now:Amazon
The rise of e-brokers was meant to democratize the stock market—yet inequality in the market has actually worsened. How can it be fixed?