Universalists like to say art transcends identity, but today’s guests insist it illuminates it. We speak with Sarah Schulman, whose new novel, The Cosmopolitans, is an updating of Balzac’s classic Cousin Bette. Schulman sets the story in the Greenwich Village of the 1950s, using the story to look at intersections of racism, sexism, homophobia and … Continued
race and identity
A conversation with scholar and artist Michael Benitez Jr. about race and identity. And Poor News Network segment is dedicated to Mario Woods, Amilcar perez lopez, Alex Nieto and all victims of police terror & gentrification across this stolen indigenous territtory- todays sho is dedicated to black brown and poor peoples unity.