First Person

By New York Times Opinion

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Every opinion starts with a story. Intimate conversations about the big ideas shaping our world, hosted by journalist Lulu Garcia-Navarro. From New York Times Opinion.

Episode Date
He Sold a Message of Climate Doom. He Has Regrets.
00:35:20

But for Justin Trudeau’s climate minister, changing tactics has come at a price.

Dec 01, 2022
He’s Fighting for His Country — and His Right to Exist
00:39:40

A gay Ukrainian soldier on the battle against Russia and homophobia in Ukraine.

Nov 24, 2022
A Librarian Spoke Against Censorship. Dark Money Came For Her.
00:35:10

Now she’s fighting back.

Nov 17, 2022
Black, Republican and Trying to Diversify His Party
00:36:08

The newly elected representative Wesley Hunt campaigned hard for candidates of color. Now what?
 

Nov 10, 2022
A Teacher Considers Bringing Her Gun to School (Part 2)
00:40:15

She wants to keep her students safe. Does that mean arming herself?

Nov 03, 2022
Is There Any Safe Way to Arm Teachers? (Part 1)
00:32:20

Teachers in Utah are bringing guns to school. One sheriff decided to do something about it.

Oct 27, 2022
'First Person' Returns This Week
00:01:25

This Thursday, Oct. 27, “First Person” returns weekly, with new stories about the big ideas shaping our world. Is arming teachers the right way to keep schools safe? Can a Black Republican running for Congress increase his party’s appeal to voters of color? And what risks do individuals face when they fight book bans? Make sure you’re subscribed to start listening.

Oct 24, 2022
Dan White Jr., and the Great Pastor Resignation
00:38:59

Things are not all right. And neither are the people we usually turn to in times of crisis.

Jul 21, 2022
Charles Falls Jr., and the Choice to Keep Cruising
00:26:26

One man decides there is nowhere he’d rather be in the middle of a pandemic than on a cruise ship — whatever the consequences.

Jul 14, 2022
To Fight for Ukraine’s Freedom, He Went Back Into the Closet
00:37:30

A gay Ukrainian finds himself defending a country that hasn’t always defended him.

Jul 07, 2022
Jerri Ann Henry and the Republican Rollback of L.G.B.T.Q. Rights
00:41:55

When your own party targets you, you have a choice: leave the party or fight back.

Jun 30, 2022
Sharone Mitchell Jr. and the Progressive Case Against Gun Permits
00:31:49

He hates guns. So why did he side with the N.R.A. in a case before the Supreme Court?

Jun 23, 2022
Will Estrada and the Long Roots of Parental Rights
00:40:54

The Christian home-school origins of the movement shaking up schools across America.

Jun 16, 2022
Merritt Tierce and the Abortion She Didn't Have
00:36:04

What happens when you don’t choose parenthood.

Jun 09, 2022
Introducing 'First Person'
00:02:02

Every opinion starts with a story. Intimate conversations about the big ideas shaping our world, hosted by journalist Lulu Garcia-Navarro. From New York Times Opinion.

May 18, 2022