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      From the Punisher to Paramilitaries

      A special thanks to our Patreon community for supporting us through this difficult time and making it possible to keep this content free for everyone. Images of unidentified men with military grade equipment brutally cracking...

      Raul Midón: Creative Adaptation and Covid-19

      Raul Midón: Creative Adaptation During Covid-19       To download, please subscribe. To download a single episode, click share in the podcast player below.       A special thanks to our Patreon community for supporting us through this difficult time...

      The Hidden Sheroes of Film Editing

      The Hidden Sheroes of Film Editing: From Hollywood to Bollywood and Beyond       To download, please subscribe. To download a single episode, click share in the podcast player below.         What are you watching? There’s a good chance...

      Forward Thinking on Covid-19: Lebanon

      Forward Thinking on Covid-19: Lebanon         SUPPORT US and help us keep creating content like this. Become a member of our Patreon community   How does a revolution mobilize against the threat of Covid-19? In Lebanon, activists are...

      Revolution in Lebanon: The Creative Frontlines

      Revolution in Lebanon: From the Creative Frontlines       Since October 2019, demonstrators have flooded the streets of Lebanon as part of a grassroots movement against corruption, climate denial, big finance, and government failure. Civil society organizations...

      Okwui Okpokwasili: Body Power

        Okwui Okpokwasili: Body Power   About This Episode   Can dance and song offer insight into a performer's experience, even across race and gender? In this episode, Laura interviews MacArthur Genius Award winning choreographer Okwui Okpokwasili about her...

      Raising Vibrations Against Gender-Based Violence

        Raising Vibrations Against Gender-Based Violence   About this Episode     In this episode, Laura interviews world-renowned playwright Eve Ensler and singer/songwriter Taína Asili about One Billion Rising 2020, a global movement to stop gender-based violence against women and...

      Touretteshero Does Becket

        Touretteshero Does Beckett   About This Episode   Laura interviews British comedian and activist Jess Thom about her performance of Samuel Beckett’s play “Not I.” Thom’s work reveals how neurodiversity makes theater, society—everything!—richer.    From Public Theater listing:   "Jess Thom...

      Appropriate Be Damned

      About Award-winning poet, performer, novelist, and activist Staceyann Chin has just published her first anthology of poems. She has been featured on Broadway, HBO, and Russell Simmons’ "Def Poetry Jam" and her latest one woman...

      Woodstock Urges Roaming

      Radical journalist Andrew Kopkind wrote about the Woodstock Peace and Music Fair in August 1969, just days after the event. "When we find out we have to fight for love, all hell will break...

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