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Housing is a Human Right

About Before 2020, America was already in a housing crisis. The Covid-19 pandemic, high unemployment, and a recession have only made things worse. A record level of evictions have...

Farm Workers to Farm Owners

About Where do racial justice and food justice meet? Perhaps at the point where long time farmworkers are able to buy their own land. In the United States today,...

Food Justice

About Food justice is the notion that everyone should have access to healthful food as well as the opportunity to grow, market and serve it. It’s also the idea...

Election 2020

About The US holds a momentous election amid a global pandemic, an economic meltdown and one of the most polarizing presidencies in generations. In this episode, recorded just hours...

Pre-Election Roundtable

In this pre-election roundtable, recorded just days before November 3, 2020, Laura checks in with the US’s most enduring social critic, MIT professor emeritus, Noam Chomsky, and sits down with three dedicated...

Mourn Justice Ginsburg, Keep Fighting

“Ruth Bader Ginsburg changed the way the law sees gender... She changed the course of American law... She touched the lives of generations...

Racial Justice is Also Economic Justice

About Newark, NJ has been held up as a real world example of what defunding the police could actually look like. The Newark Community Street Team, which we featured...

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

Resisting Authoritarianism One Co-op at a Time

Spain's history reminds us that elections aren't guarantees. They're expressions of popular will, and what follows them is just as important.

From the Punisher to Paramilitaries

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