Tonight, we head back to school and look at some amazing programs preparing young people to continue the fight for justice. First we hear from high school teachers Rachelle Urzua and Jody DeAraujo. They work with the Wilderness Arts and Literacy Collaborative, a small learning community that teaches high school curriculum through a lens of … Continued


What has been the relationship between queer struggles and other struggles on the left against racism, imperialism, and war? It’s often assumed that gay and lesbian liberation has run on its own separate track, but historian Emily Hobson argues that’s a misconception. She reflects on the history of LGBTQ liberation and the politics of solidarity, … Continued


Democracy Now

North Carolina Claims It Repealed HB 2, But LGBTQ Activists Say New Law May Be Just As Dangerous

North Carolina Claims It Repealed HB 2, But LGBTQ Activists Say New Law May Be Just As Dangerous; Trump Meets Egypt’s el-Sisi, Amid Wave of Repression, Jailings & Extrajudicial Killings in Egypt; Silence is Not an Option: Rev. Barber on Dr. King’s Historic “Beyond Vietnam” Speech 50 Years Later; Rev. Barber: New North Carolina Law … Continued


North Carolina Claims It Repealed HB 2, But LGBTQ Activists Say New Law May Be Just As Dangerous; Trump Meets Egypt’s el-Sisi, Amid Wave of Repression, Jailings & Extrajudicial Killings in Egypt; Silence is Not an Option: Rev. Barber on Dr. King’s Historic “Beyond Vietnam” Speech 50 Years Later; Rev. Barber: New North Carolina Law … Continued


Womens Magazine

Womens Magazine – July 11, 2016

Robin Bradford discusses her play, Low Hanging Fruit, about four women veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, who are living in a homeless encampment on LA’s Skid Row. It’s playing now through July 30 at Z Below in San Francisco. Production company 3Girls Theatre is partnering with North Beach Citizens, Compass Family Services, San … Continued


A Rude Awakening

A Rude Awakening – June 13, 2016

On today’s show, I’ll speak to Dr. Peter K. Enns, Associate Professor for Department of Government and Executive Director of the Roper Center for Public Opinion Research at Cornell University on his new book, Incarceration Nation: How the United States Became the Most Punitive Democracy in the World and Sean Dorsey, artistic director and founder of Fresh Meat Production on the upcoming 15th Annual Fresh Meat Festival.


The Week Starts Here

Freedom Is a State of Mind….

  Yesterday’s celebration of our nation’s independence from bondage had special meaning for some members of the LGBTQ community.  While last month’s Supreme Court decision, affirming the rights of Same Sex couples to legally marry in all 50 states, punctuated and underscored the notion of personal freedom and liberation for many, some Millennials (folks born … Continued


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