850: Fill in the Bank Shows


The politics of protest / What Western activists get wrong / Financial Interests 2016 / Brazilian social movements / Fossil fuels shape values / A moment of palace life

849: Seven Conversations About Race in America Shows


Full Show: Seven conversations in four hours from eleven years of discussions of race in America, featuring historians, radicals, academics, writers and economists.   Writer Larry Tye examines the lives and legacy of Pullman porters, from Reconstruction to Civil Rights movement leaders. (2004) Activist Larry Pinkney critiques the un-indentity politics behind President Obama’s election. (2008) Read more

848: Divisionaries Shows


Druglife in the suburbs / University conduct codes vs free speech / Breaking down Yemen’s breakdown / Corruption at the DEA’s head / Migration in the border regime age / Dorchen vs Khan

847: Clash and Carry Shows


How drones changed warfare and diplomacy / A view from the streets of Baltimore / Gun carriers in an age of decline / Elite child predators / A plan for peace in Syria / A lesson in radical publishing

846: Confliction Shows


Surveying World Bank damage / Under and after sanctions in Iran / The culture wars revisited / Not talking about climate change / War is peace / I, Zombie

845: Racketology Shows


The means of reproduction / Tracking the the globe’s financial racketeers / Challenging the myths of the ultra-rich / How racism entered mainstream politics / Ghostwriting the oil industry

844: Statelines Shows


Three hours of recent clips exploring the limits of state power / A live interview with a striker from Fight for $15

843: Retropolitan Shows


Spain’s future via Latin America / Multilevel climate challenges / What kind of threat is Venezuela? / The battle for Iraq / The Maple Spring reloads / Joni Mitchell is not your puppet

842: Economics Decree Shows


London School of Economics: Occupied / Fighting after Ferguson / Understanding violence in Honduras / The laziness of long hours / Climate psychology / TedxLewinsky

841: No Men, No Masters Shows


Striking for female supremacy / Smartphone as commodifier / Macedonian surveillance bombs / Brazilian coups / David Graeber on bureaucracy / Dorchen on cartoons.

840: Overhead Press Shows


Information is the CIA’s new political weapon / Sinn Féin forward / How ISIS impacts Middle East politics / Pre-scandal Hungary / The rise of drones / The blonde the fat and the swarthy.

839: Green Screen Shows


Liberals won’t fix Ferguson / fash-iz-uh m / Environmentalism’s image problem / Jury nullification explained / DC/Silicon Valley and you / Access Bollywood