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The Forgotten Coup, January 6th & the Small Town Americans on the Frontlines of...

Could a successful coup happen in the US? The ongoing Congressional hearings into the events of January 6 show that just a handful of election officials in several key states stood between Donald Trump...
The Black Roots of Memorial Day Cover

Remembering The Black Roots of Memorial Day

Different stories told differently matter. Consider Memorial Day and the holiday that could have been if white media hadn't erased Black history.   In April 1865, a week before President Abraham Lincoln declared the end of...

Mariame Kaba: Rooting Out Our Culture of Harm

In this inspiring Juneteenth conversation, abolitionist Mariame Kaba joins Laura and the Reverend Dr. Jacqui Lewis, to discuss how each of us—parents, children, elders—can be part of building a society where harm is addressed,...

adrienne maree brown: Pleasure Activism and Black Women’s Legacy of Joy

Get the full interview by becoming a supporter on our Patreon! We must recognize that “pleasure is a measure of freedom,” that’s the first ambition writer, healer, and teacher adrienne maree brown has for her...

Feminists Writing History: Cherríe Moraga and adrienne maree brown

How do we define "love is love," and what are we willing to do to defend one another? This week, we speak with a group of LGBTQIA leaders on just that.

Mutual Aid Justice: Beyond Survival

What does mutual aid look like in the Justice sphere? If you don’t want to call the cops, what else can you do? Many people turn to transformative justice for help. In the nation...

Collective Real Estate: Land Without Landlords?

Decades of discrimination have left millions of African Americans shut out of the housing market and at risk of being targeted by predatory lenders and exploitative loans. But capital collectives pool resources and reduce...
Jubilee Justice Specialty Foods building with text "Tackling Racism with Rice." Photos of Nwamaka Agbo, Myles Gaines, Donna Isaac, Ken Lee and Caryl Levine, Konda Mason, Shirley Sherrod and Bernard Winn.

Jubilee Justice Regenerative Farming: Tackling Racism with Rice

Prefer to Listen? Subscribe to our podcast to listen to this week’s episode on your favorite podcast platform (Available 7/17). A bold experiment is taking place among Black farmers in the Southeast — a story of...

Deciding the Fate of Democracy in North Carolina

Prefer to Listen? Subscribe to our podcast to listen to this week's episode on your favorite podcast platform (Available 5/8). North Carolina has long been a battleground for democracy. So far, 27 people in the state...

Sex, Pleasure, and Liberation: Desire in A World Transformed

Regulation, degradation, shaming, blaming - enough! Is it time for sexual liberation yet? We talk a lot about sex but not often enough about pleasure, On today's show we try to make up for...

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