MOVING FORWARD: SBF's Effective Altruism, Epic Games Sues Google, the Anti-Marriage Right, & Racial Segregation in Schools

This week on Moving Forward, the Young Voices radio show, we hear from contributors Noah Gould, Peter Clark, Elizabeth Grace Matthew, and Neetu Arnold.

Sam Bankman-Fried was a darling of progressives when he founded the crypto exchange FTX. Now, as Noah Gould explains SBF's reign has ended and so should the effective altruism movement.

The developer of Fortnite is suing Google Play, complaining of what they call anti-competitive business practices. Peter Clark says, it is more a matter of being scared of competition.

Critics of marriage used to be found primarily on the left. Elizabeth Grace Matthew shares her thoughts on the rise of the anti-marriage right.

Is racial segregation coming back to America's schools? Neetu Arnold notes that Chicago is using an unusual tactic to reduce gaps among students.

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