Tonight’s program features a conversation with the dynamic Nelson Denis, author of “War Against All Puerto Ricans: Revolution and Terror in America’s Colony.” We also offer an interview about the film, “Return” concerning the struggles faced by former prisoners in the reentry process. We add Puerto Rican music to mix. Tune in and enjoy! Produced … Continued

A spokesman for the Afghan president confirmed on Wednesday that Mullah Mohammed Omar, the one-eyed figurehead of the Taliban, has been dead for two years. With Nazif Shahrani, Professor of Anthropology, Central Asian and Middle Eastern Studies at Indiana University. Then, talking about the First Amendment of the Constitution with Burt Neubourne, author of Madiscon’s Music: On … Continued

We’ll discuss the lessons from five decades of struggle over displacement, development, and cultural preservation in San Francisco’s Chinatown. But first: unusual wildfires in Northern California have forced over 12,000 people to evacuate . . . we’ll get an update. Also: The EPA finalizes regulations on greenhouse gas emissions from power plants. It took environmental … Continued

Integrative Medicine: The Best of Both Worlds

What does the term Integrative Medicine really mean? And how is it similar to or different than the medical care you receive?  Join Nurse Rona to learn more about the various healing modalities that are used on the path towards health and healing. Joining us will be Davi Pakter MD and Kate Lewis, L.Ac.  

Ever since Bernie Sanders was confronted by Black Lives Matter protesters he has been talking about police violence and racial inequality in speeches. We talk to John Nichols about the current Presidential Campaign landscape. John Nichols is a political blogger and Washington Correspondent for the Nation Magazine. And Robert Roper, journalist and author of Nabokov in America: … Continued