On this special fund drive show, we talk with author, poet, teacher and activist Aya de Leon about her first novel, Uptown Thief, her writing career and growing up in the movement in Berkeley. Uptown Thief is the story of a Puerto Rican/Nuyorican sex worker-turned-feminist health worker who turns to robbing rich men to save her clinic. Aya discusses her views … Continued
On today’s show, I’ll spend our time together speaking to Emily Pothast, visual artist and writer based in Seattle, on her latest piece published in The Establishment called True Confessions of a White Supremacist.
Professors Maria Floro and Stephanie Seguino, two of the premiere voices on gender equity and globalization, demystify trade policy. Did NAFTA cost US jobs or not? Is free trade good or bad for developing economies and is it possible to have a policy that works for workers in both rich and poor countries? How does … Continued