Esi Edugyan, author of the novel, “Washington Black,” in conversation with Richard Wolinsky. “Washington Black” tells the story of a young slave in Barbados in the 1840s who is taken under the wing of the abolitionist brother of his master. The novel follows his adventures as he wends his way through the world. 

Welcome, to This Is America, November 17th, 2018. In this discussion episode of TIA, we are joined with Daryl Lamont Jenkins once again from One People’s Project. In our talk with Daryle we discuss the free fall of the Alt-Right, as it deals with the fall out of mass shootings, internal denunciations, court cases, and … Continued

Director, playwright and actor John Fisher discusses his one-man show, “A History of World War II” at the Marsh in San Francisco Nov, 8 – Dec. 16, 2018, Thursday and Saturday evenings. He also talks about the current Theatre Rhino season, which opened with the musical “The Boy From Oz” about the life of gay singer/songwriter Peter Allen, playing at the Gateway (Eureka) Theatre through Nov. 17, 2018. 

Is climate change as big a challenge as it’s made out to be? Are we talking about it enough, or at all? What do Americans and Californians think about climate change? How much does our political leaning affect how we perceive this threat? And most importantly, what can we do with our biggest power–our vote–to fight … Continued