Guest host Max Pringle speaks with author and historian Kate Masur. Her new book “Until Justice Be Done: America’s First Civil Rights Movement from the Revolution to Reconstruction” tells the story of the early anti-slavery and civil rights pioneers in the North — many of whose names had been lost to history — and their … Continued
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Guest host Max Pringle speaks with the Violence Policy Center’s Josh Sugarman on recent mass shootings and federal gun control failures. Then, the Strand Magazine’s Andrew Gulli on the previously unpublished Raymond Chandler letter “Advice to a Secretary”. And historian Andrew Baker on his new book “To Poison a Nation: the Murder of Robert Charles … Continued
Guest host Max Pringle speaks with Adele Stan of Right Wing Watch on the far right direction of the Republican Party. Then, Veldon Coburn, Associate Professor of Canadian and Indigenous Studies at the University of Ottawa on the recent discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves of Native Children at a British Columbia former Indian residential … Continued
Guest host Max Pringle speaks with historian and author Peter Cozzens about his latest book “Tecumseh and the Prophet: the Shawnee Brothers Who Defied a Nation.” The book examines the lives of the famous 19th Century Native American leaders who formed the greatest alliance of Native American tribes in American history.
The Trump-dominated, i.e. anti-Roe v. Wade-dominated, Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case which could end the legality of all abortion. PLUS: why Donald Trump going to jail could be a very bad thing. PLUS: poet Raymond Nat Turner! Hosted by Kris Welch.
Stephen Zunes, internationally recognized expert on the Middle East, gives his analysis of the past, present and future of Gaza/ Israel. PLUS: we catch up with happenings in the Golden State with CalMatters. Hosted by Kris Welch.
Author Oliver Broudy tells the tale of a union at a nursing home in Connecticut—and thereby the story of the whole labor movement. Hosted by Kris Welch.
Update Washington D.C., with nation national affairs correspondent John Nichols. Hosted by Kris Welch.
Conscious aging. Hosted by Kris Welch.
The cultural, the intellectual, the political, the spiritual — and the silly. Life as we know it, fear it, love it, question it, live it. Hosted by Kris Welch.