There’s so much new technology to adapt to these days: automation, AI, holograms… It’s overwhelming! But technologists, philosophers, care practitioners, and theologians can help us navigate t...
There’s so much new technology to adapt to these days: automation, AI, holograms… It’s overwhelming! But technologists, philosophers, care practitioners, and theologians can help us navigate these changing waters.
On Moral Repair: A Black Exploration of Tech, hosts Annanda Barclay and Keisha McKenzie talk with tech and spiritual leaders. They explore technological innovation and hazard while showcasing practical wisdom from the African continent and diaspora to nurture wellbeing for all.
Moral Repair is for people creating, using, and being shaped by tech, wondering about its implications, and questioning what they can do about it.
We expand mainstream tech narratives, celebrate profound insight from Black philosophy and culture, and promote technology when it serves the common good. Together, we’ll leave each episode with new ways to think about tech’s impacts and apply practical wisdom to our everyday lives.
Starting October 4th, new episodes drop every 1st and 3rd Wednesday—wherever you listen to podcasts.
Moral Repair is part of PRX’s Big Questions Project, which supports new podcasts exploring discourse with exemplary thinkers focused on humanity's most profound questions. This season is supported by the John Templeton Foundation and produced by PRX Productions.