Dr. Frank Ryan, authority on viruses and genetics, talks about the future of genetic research, cancer, HIV, etc. Hosted by Dr. Michio Kaku.
Sarah Schulman discusses her new book, CONFLICT IS NOT ABUSE: OVERSTATING HARM, COMMUNITY RESPONSIBILITY AND THE DUTY OF REPAIR. In this captivating new work, the author of GENTRIFICATION OF THE MIND and SHIMMER connects the feminist anti-violence movement’s cooptation by the state, Canadian laws that criminalize HIV transmission, same-sex marriage and compensatory motherhood, shaming and shunning … Continued
The Dems are fighting it out: economy, war, Palestine, student loans—we get the details on the party platform. PLUS: a brilliant and powerful new personal history of the AIDs epidemic in SF, from the beginnings. With host Kris Welch.
On today’s program we speak with Stephanie Cornwell, the Program Services Director with (World) Women Organized to Respond to Life-threatening Diseases about women living with HIV/AIDS and Alameda County HIV Infection rate among women being the highest in the western United States. And later Poor News Network examines economic violence against communities of color.
Meeta Rani Jha joins us to discuss her new book, The Global Beauty Industry: Colorism, Racism and the National Body. Also, we talk with Sarah Schulman, producer of the film United In Anger: A History of ACT UP, and with younger AIDS activist, Cyd Nova. What lessons does ACT UP offer for young activists, and … Continued