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Show Topic: Gerrymandering: Where to Draw the Line…

Guest: Dr. Daniel Breen, PhD, J.D.

Professor Breen is a Lecturer of Legal Studies at Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts. He holds a Ph.D. in American History from Boston College, and a J.D. in Law  from the University of Georgia.

Dr. Breen’s lectures on a variety of presidential historical topics on the historical and legal underpinnings of or democracy and on presidencies through the modern era. Discussion will focus on the beginnings of gerrymandering, its negative effect upon the free election process and how it has been used throughout history to accomplish invidious discrimination against minorities and women. Discussion will include how our nation can reverse the audacious use of gerrymandering that has so openly fragmented our state and national elections, and if left unabated, will serve to undermine the free and open democratic ‘one person one vote’ election process.

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Show Topic: Making the Connection: How Herbicide Use Correlates to Modern Disease

Guest: Dr. Stephanie Seneff, Sr. Research Scientist at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. Dr. Seneff holds multiple degrees from MIT including: Biophysics, Nutrition, Electrical Engineering, and Computer Science.

Dr. Seneff’s research is at the intersection of human biophysics and data analysis providing profound analysis of data and studies conducted on these very topics. She has coauthored numerous white-papers and has given numerous testimonies and lectures. Her work includes data analysis on the processes involved in identifying and determining causal events, etiology and methods of prevention. For more on Dr. Seneff and her work, visit: https://people.csail.mit.edu/seneff/