Hard Knock Radio presents ThingsTaken Remixed, our annual UnThanksgiving remembrance. Later Poor News Network, explores America’s War on the Poor. image credit @nothingtobegainedhere – WordPress.com
We’re often told that the conflict between the Israelis and the Palestinians rises out of a unique historical situation. But the dispossession of the Palestinians, rather than being exceptional, has strong echoes in other historical dispossessions. Gary Fields discusses the enclosure of the lands of the English peasantry, Native Americans, and the inhabitants of historic … Continued
Ahead of Donna Brazile’s scathing inside expose of Hillary Clinton’s control over the DNC during the 2016 presidential election, progressives, including members of the DNC’s Progressive Caucus, released a 34-page report detailing such abuses and other failures within the party that led to its loss in the 2016 presidential election, and subsequent ones. It also … Continued
We speak with Native American activists about the massive Northern California wildfires and the long-term impacts.
Join Karyn Sanders as she offers her perspective on wildcrafting and tending the plants.
First, Sharon Sobotta talks with Kumu Hina, subject of an award-winning PBS documentary, about gender and sexuality in native Hawaiian culture. Then Nina Serrano interviews Women’s Magazine producer and Palestine solidarity activist Kate Raphael about her debut novel, Murder Under the Bridge. Finally, singer/songwriter Bonnie Lockhart, founder of the activist singing troupe Occupella and climate justice organizer, sings … Continued