303 Creative case, Psychogeography

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The U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington, D.C. Thomas Hawk (CC BY-NC 2.0)

A law professor joins us to discuss the legal implications of a Supreme Court ruling that allows a business owner to decline services to a same-sex couple. Then, we learn more about the concept of psychogeography and mindful walking through your neighborhood.

Featured in this Show

  • First amendment implications of Supreme Court ruling on declining services for same-sex couples

    The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a business owner was within her first amendment rights to deny services to a same-sex couple. A law professor and LGBT rights expert joins us to explain the case and what precedent it sets.

  • Psychogeography: walking to encounter the unexpected in familiar places

    How well do we really know our own neighborhoods? When we stick to our paths most-traveled—between work, home and the store—we miss out on discovering the unexpected beauty around us. We talk to a Wisconsin artist about the practice of psychogeography, and taking walks to find inspiration in familiar places.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Sarah Hopefl Technical Director
  • Lorin Cox Producer
  • Beatrice Lawrence Producer
  • Craig Konnoth Guest
  • Jeremy Wineberg Guest

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