Against the Grain – September 28, 2016

Cassie Thornton’s art investigates the nature of debt and the impact of economic regimes on individuals and society. In one project, Thornton hired someone to have breakdowns on her art school campus. Another project involved touching surfaces in bank lobbies and offices and using the dirt collected to create rubbings on paper. The Feminist Economics … Continued

Against the Grain

After the debate: your calls

Monday night’s presidential debate was the most highly viewed in history.  What did it do for you?  and what are you going to do now?  Your phone calls, with host Kris Welch.

Talkies

Against the Grain – September 28, 2016

Cassie Thornton’s art investigates the nature of debt and the impact of economic regimes on individuals and society. In one project, Thornton hired someone to have breakdowns on her art school campus. Another project involved touching surfaces in bank lobbies and offices and using the dirt collected to create rubbings on paper. The Feminist Economics … Continued

Against the Grain

“I Called You to Help Me, But You Killed My Brother”: Police Shoot Dead Unarmed African-American Man

“I Called You to Help Me, But You Killed My Brother”: Police Shoot Dead Unarmed African-American Man; What Drives Trump Supporters?: Sociologist Arlie Russell Hochschild on Anger & Mourning of the Right; Alabama Guards Stage Work Strike Months After Prisoner Uprising at Overcrowded Holman Facility; Hunger Strikes, Marches & Work Stoppages: Unprecedented National Prison Strike … Continued

Democracy Now

After the debate: your calls

Monday night’s presidential debate was the most highly viewed in history.  What did it do for you?  and what are you going to do now?  Your phone calls, with host Kris Welch.

Talkies


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