Rebuilding America

Rebuilding America

Our country is facing an historic moment of upheaval and division. There are no easy fixes and a better future requires bold ideas. This podcast will explore one of them: national service. Imagine young Americans from every background serving side-by-side for an intense year of service. Imagine the example this would set for our nation while developing the purpose-driven leaders we need. On this podcast, host Ken Harbaugh -- former Navy Pilot, author, and nonprofit leader -- will explore the topic with former military leaders, academics, policymakers, and young Americans. With so much news of what is broken in America, this podcast will be an inspiring series on what we can do about it.... Show More

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September 22, 2020 35 min
Today, Ken explores national service in healthcare by talking to Dr. Abdul El-Sayed, physician, public health expert, and host of the Crooked Media podcast America Dissected, and Dr. Anne Steptoe, founder of the North Carolina-based service fellowship program MedServe.  The alumni testimonial features Shantell McLaggan, who recently completed her MedServe fellowship at Cherokee Indian Hospital, North Carolina.
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September 15, 2020 28 min
Join host Ken Harbaugh as he explores national service from a different angle each week on Rebuilding America. He’ll talk to one or two experts in the national service movement, as well as an alum of a service program to get an intimate look at the positive impact of service on those who step up.  Today, on the very first episode of Rebuilding America, Ken talks to Pete Buttigieg, former candidate for the Democratic presidential no...
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August 27, 2020 1 min
Launching on September 15, “Rebuilding America: A National Service Podcast” is a 10-episode limited series featuring advocates of national service from a range of perspectives. Ken Harbaugh talks to politicians, academics, and other leaders in conversations spanning from local communities to the national stage, from social justice to public health, and from storytelling and journalism to foreign service. His guests talk about how n...
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