A group that calls itself the Alliance Defending Freedom is hosting an evening on religious freedom, and four white men will sit on a panel to discuss how the principle “that each of us should be free to live out our faith convictions” is under attack. Hugh Hewitt is a conservative radio personality, brothers David and Jason Benham are known for harassing patients outside abortion clinics and spreading anti-gay messages, and columnist Ross Douthat regularly writes pieces for The New York Times arguing against autonomy for women. Tip courtesy of Robin Marty

David Gregory, a white man who serves as host of Meet the Press, discusses the political situation in Iraq with fellow white men Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Rep. Peter King (R-NY). Prior to these discussions, the show opened with an in-depth report from a white man who conducted an interview with a subject matter expert who was also a white man. During the first fifteen minutes of the show, a total of five white men spoke on camera before yielding to a panel that brought in two additional white men and one white woman.