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...

Winning War, Building Peace: Activists from Ukraine, Russia & The US Debate

FOR UKRAINIAN ASSISTANCE: The Kyiv School of Economics established a charitable fund for centralized procurement of protective gear and medical equipment:  https://kse.ua/support/donation/ The latest...

Cristina Jiménez: Dreaming and Building Immigrant Freedom

In a recent episode called Unforget, Dream, Build, we featured two Latinx Americans whose work flies in the face of the idea that...

Farmworkers to Farm Owners

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Saket Soni: How Trafficked Workers Pulled Off “The Great Escape”

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Trump’s Wall and the End of the American Frontier

In this episode, Laura interviews author and Yale historian Greg Grandin about his new book The End of the Myth: From the Frontier to the Border Wall in the Mind of America....

Militarization & Uvalde: The Context Media Coverage Omits

Whether it’s Buffalo, NY, Uvalde, TX or Philadelphia, PA — we are witnessing an unprecedented wave of terror at the muzzle of a gun. But all mass shootings are not covered in...

Unforget, Dream, Build

About The Trump years have seen a doubling-down on the immigrants-as-problem narrative in which migrants are accused of bringing gang violence, crime, and disease to the United States, and...

Cooperation vs Authoritarianism in Spain

Two of the regions that were the most brutally repressed under the mid-century dictatorship of Francisco Franco built the world’s largest worker-owned cooperatives

Integration Won’t Solve Racism in Schools

Making the future while surviving a war. As a photo of a young Sudanese woman, Alaa Saleh or 'Kandaka' leading protest chants from the top of a car goes viral, we take a look at women's participation in the perpetual interplay of global war and peace.

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