How does a social movement attract younger participants, who may be turned off by older activists’ approaches, styles, and understandings? Elisabeth Jay Friedman describes how Ni Una Menos, an influential feminist formation in Argentina, managed to build an intergenerational mass movement. (Encore presentation.) Elisabeth Jay Friedman and Ana Laura Rodríguez Gustá, ‘“Welcome to the Revolution’: Promoting Generational … Continued

  Guest: David S. Brown teaches history at Elizabethtown College in Pennsylvania. He is the author of several books including The Last American Aristocrat, Paradise Lost: A Life of F. Scott Fitzgerald, Richard Hofstadter: An Intellectual Biography, and his latest, The First Populist: The Defiant Life of Andrew Jackson.   Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons

Democracy Now 9am

Democracy Now 9am – September 13, 2023

On Today’s Show: “A Calamity of Epic Proportions”: Death Toll from Libyan Floods Tops 6,000 in Latest Climate Disaster “Complicit”: Columbia U. Shielded Predator OB-GYN Robert Hadden for Decades as He Assaulted Hundreds   Democracy Now! is a daily national independent award-winning news program, hosted by journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.

Law & Disorder

Journalist Uncovers Rampant Sexual Abuse in Bay Area Schools; Plus, Challenging a Murder Conviction in Alameda County

Fifty-two Bay Area schools are facing lawsuits from former students who say they were sexually abused by a teacher and the school administration and district did nothing to protect them. We are joined by Sophia Bollag, a reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle, who published three investigative pieces this week, uncovering the depth of sexual … Continued