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On this anniversary of the September 11th Attacks, join us for a discussion about prisoner rights with Cecily McMillan, as she shares her own experience through the American judicial system following her wrongful arrest during the... more

Join us for a discussion about the student loan crisis with youth activist Chris Hicks, a staff member for Jobs With Justice and campaign organizer for Debt-Free Future. Chris Hicks is the Debt-Free Future campaign organizer for Jobs With... more

Richard Lentz & Sarah Scudder moves Move To Amend's work forward. They were featured on KMUD.

Join us this week as we talk about the roots of racism in white culture and its impact on communities of color with Community Change Inc.'s Paul Marcus, Lead Trainer and Consultant for the racial justice and equity organization. Paul Marcus... more

Join us for a discussion with Dr. Peter Gabel about the role of law in shaping popular consciousness and how best to use it to bring about progressive social change. Dr. Gabel is former president of New College of California and was for... more

Join us for a talk with genderqueer activist and writer Jacob Tobia about his work for justice in LGBTQ policy issues and youth activism in building the grassroots movement for LGBTQ rights and equality. You can read more about LGBTQ... more

Join us for a discussion on indigenous rights with Alyssa Macy of the International Indian Treaty Council (IITC), an organization of Indigenous Peoples from North, Central, South America, the Caribbean and the Pacific working... more

This week we continue the discussion of the water crisis in Detroit, focusing on Michigan's Public Act 436 and the Emergency Financial Managers it established in Detroit and other cities in Michigan. We will be talking with guests Claire... more

This week features political science professor and political analyst Peter Mathews to talk about the need for the We The People (28th) Amendment to remove corporate personhood and declare that money is not speech under the First... more

This week features teacher, author, and activist Jesse Hagopian to talk about the damage done by corporate education reform and the new grassroots movement of teachers, students, and parents building the alternative. Jesse Hagopian... more

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