According To Matthew

Matthew Facciani and Patrick Anderson cover a variety of topics relating to politics, social justice, religion, and science. The hosts regularly interview activists and scientists about their work.
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Nov 23, 2017

Joreth Innkeeper, Ari Stillman, and Jeremiah Traeger all come on the show to debunk myths and share their perspectives on being polyamorous. 

Sep 13, 2017

Cara Santa Maria joins Matthew to discuss her experiences in neuropsychology, science communication, and television production. They also discuss how scientists can better communicate their work and some new science communication projects Cara is working on.

Aug 1, 2017

Jen Peeples, aerospace engineer and co-host of The Atheist Experience, shares her incredible story of growing up as a lesbian in the South, becoming an atheist, joining the military, and becoming an activist. 

Jul 8, 2017

The Satanic Temple is constantly involved in many political projects that fight for secularism and social justice. Lucien Greaves joins us to discuss what The Satanic Temple is, some of their recent work, and their sub-organization, Grey Faction. 

May 19, 2017

Wendy Webber joins us from Ghana to discuss the amazing work she does with the Humanist Service Corps. We discuss religion, gender equality, and even witchcraft! 

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Apr 1, 2017

Natalie Newell, creator of the Science Moms documentary, joins Matthew and Patrick to talk about science communication and fighting against pseudoscience. 

Feb 24, 2017

The Trump presidency is a scary time for those who care about progressive values. However, we need to keep fighting and Callie Wright joins us to discuss how we can all contribute in different ways to do the most effective activism as possible. 

Feb 16, 2017

What happens when you disagree with someone passionately about something, but share a passion just as deep for social justice? Can you work towards common goals while still having respectful though sharp disagreement over a specific issue? On my very first episode, I talk with my friend and Episcopalian priest Alex Moreschi to try and find out!