Tonight’s program celebrates LatinoX History Month Produced by Julieta Kusnir, Brenda Illesca, Nina Serrano, and Alexandra Ruiz Castillo. Remembering: A commentary by Nina Serrano on  Reis Lopez Tijerina, Chicano land grant leader of the 1960’s and 70’s. Anniversary of the Oaxacan Earthquake in Mexico. “The Other September 11th, 1973 when the democratically elected government in … Continued

It’s easier to remember the histories of defeat, than those of social transformation. But in the three years preceding the Pinochet dictatorship in Chile, the country experimented with a form of socialism that was both top down and bottom up. Historian Marian Schlotterbeck discusses how under Salvador Allende’s government, the radical left fueled changes at … Continued

Seymour Hersh: Media Today Must Cover Yemen & Trump Policy, Not Get Distracted by Tweets; Remembering the My Lai Massacre: Seymour Hersh on Uncovering the Horrors of Mass Murder in Vietnam; Investigative Reporter Sy Hersh: Working with Gene McCarthy’s Presidential Bid Shaped My Life Path; Sy Hersh: I Knew Richard Nixon Beat His Wife in … Continued