Cenac examines a wide range of social and cultural problems facing Americans. Documentary-style field reports serve as the focal point of each episode with in-studio commentary engaging the audience to keep the conversation going through the use of social media.
Wyatt explores space and alternative fuel, and travels to Minnesota to learn what's wrong with policing.
Wyatt explores NRA propaganda at the movies, ponders dogs eating chicken bones, and travels to Birmingham to learn about police apologies.
Wyatt tries to make coal miners go solar, move millennials into battleships and understand community policing.
Wyatt looks at the various forms of sanctuary for undocumented labourers, suggests a better way for cities to handle rain, and takes a look at how community efforts in Skid Row aim at decreasing the police presence in the area.
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Wyatt talks banking deserts, explores the unintended consequences of combating mosquitos, and examines the intersection of America's mental health crisis and policing.
Wyatt discusses the threat of robots taking our jobs, proposes an alternative to environmentally harmful beauty products, and learns about ways to arm cops with tools that are less lethal than guns.
Wyatt talks about America's student loan crisis, tries to streamline sidewalk traffic, and examines the unsettling intersection of police and sexual misconduct.
Wyatt Cenac explores why our phones keep breaking down, the origins of a common stationery item, and how some city police departments are moving beyond the war on drugs.
Wyatt Cenac notes the historical exclusion of women in science and medical research, puts an end to "traditional" burials, and explores the process of restorative justice.
Wyatt considers the lack of funding for teachers in the U.S., finds a new angle on the circle of life, and concludes his season-long examination of policing with one community's unique approach.