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PRHSB Weekly News Round-Up: August 29

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Please find below a roundup of this week’s recent news articles, media, and essays from PRH Speakers Bureau speakers.

Our top speakers shaping current discourse and featured in the news.

News Media Spotlight

  • Current Topic: WRITING BESTSELLERS
    Taylor Jenkins Reid speaks with Time about her forthcoming novel Carrie Soto Is Back, and how she has made herself into a “bestseller machine.”
  • urrent Topic: FUTURE OF WORK
    Anne Helen Petersen joins LinkedIn’s Hello Monday to talk about how our relationship to offices has changed.
  • Current Topic: ENVIRONMENT
    In her Bloomberg opinion piece, Amanda Little interviews experts on the environmental havoc caused by the farmed fish industry.
  • Current Topic: AFGHANISTAN
    Elliot Ackerman talks with Amanpour and Company about his belief that America’s disastrous withdrawal symbolized the collapse of its morals.

PLANNING AHEAD: Programming Ideas

Books for the Current Moment

  • SOLITO: Javier Zamora tells the unforgettable story of his harrowing migration from El Salvador to the United States.
  • PATCHWORK: Matt de la Peña explores the endless possibilities each child contains.
  • THE EMERGENCY: Dr. Thomas Fisher calls for reform that offers a fresh vision of health care as a foundation of social justice.
  • OUR UNFINISHED MARCH: Eric Holder provides a playbook for how we can save our democracy.