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Arundhati Roy: Freedom, Fascism, Fiction and the Pandemic Portal

Two years ago this month, the first cases of Covid-19 were reported in the United States. “Historically, pandemics have forced humans to break with the past and imagine their world anew,” wrote...

Kristina Wong & Rebecca Solnit: The Power of Art & Aunties

“Had the government stepped in and done its job, had they not advocated against vaccines and mask mandates, we wouldn't have been frantically gathering our children to cut up bedsheets to make...

Work and Anti-Work From Karl Marx to Reddit

In 1853 Karl Marx took issue with the British "Economist" magazine over its reporting on workers and wages. A decrease in population had...

This New Cooperative Business Model Could Change Everything

Many of the world’s most successful businesses began as someone’s good idea. But the path from startup to conventional financial success typically involves going public, prioritizing shareholders’ interests, and ultimately selling to...

Federal Action for Media Could undo some Federal Damage

A Free Press is vital if we are to have any chance at a functioning democracy.  On that, you’d think, Right and Left might agree. 

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Greg Grandin: Empire and Resistance

The tools of empire, and the resistance: We talk with professor and author Greg Grandin about his latest book, Kissinger's Shadow. Then, later in the show, we look at the US-supported coup...

Standing up to Big Brother: Thenmozhi Soundararajan

Trump has been critiqued, among other things, as the troll-in-chief. His presidential win can be credited to the rise of alt-right internet 'trolls,' complex bots, and the online harassment of his opponents....

Armed with Art: Taking Down the Wall of Whiteness

“It's time to disrupt this wall of whiteness,” says interdisciplinary artist Favianna Rodriguez this week on the LF Show. From BLM and MeToo to colonial violence at the border and on indigenous...

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Debunking the Gandhi Myth: Arundhati Roy

On The Laura Flanders Show: Author/activist Arundhati Roy on the Annihilation of Caste, B.R. Ambedkar and the Western myth of Mahatma Gandhi. And Glenn Greenwald addresses diversity concerns about his new media...

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"It’s hard to convey the full depth and range of the trauma, the chaos and the indignity that people are being subjected to. Meanwhile, Modi and his allies are telling us not to complain" - #ArundhatiRoy

‘Let’s try and not be a cry baby.’ Okay Modi 🙄: https://bit.ly/3r9XZny

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