We speak with organizers about the State of Black Oakland and the subsequent event.
A. Philip Randolph famously led the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, but he did much more than that. Eric Arnesen traces Randolph’s emergence as a militant socialist at a time when few Blacks were attracted to the Socialist Party and its emphasis on class. Arnesen also discusses Randolph’s relationship with Eugene Debs and W. E. B. … Continued
Interview with Tabla master, Zakir Hussain and live in-studio performance with Gautam Tejas Ganesham
Ellen Pao’s discrimination suit against a high-profile Silicon Valley venture capital firm enters final arguments — we talk to Ars Tecnica’s Megan Geuss Plus: Why are so few women working in tech? We talk to Sue Rosser author of “Breaking into the Lab: Engineering Progress for Women in Science”
Host Walter Turner interviews Dr. David Anthony professor of history at UC Santa Cruz about developments in Africa since World War II, ranging over issues of Nationalism and Pan-Africanism in a two part series. Part II airs on April 6th.
Re-tells the story of the Boston Marathon bombing and hear from Harvard Law School professor Nancy Gertner, who served seventeen years as a U.S. District Court judge.
The hicks from coast to coast
Hosted by Luis Medina.
Kris Welch interviews Rick Hansen, psychologist, Senior Fellow of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley and author of many books including, Hardwiring Happiness and Buddha’s Brain.
Two hours of the strongest, stankiest, uncut fonk anywhere on the airwaves.