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  1. A History of Traditional Root Healing2021/11/10
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  2. Re:Work Radio: Trafficked, the Journey of Lester Ramos (Encore)2021/11/03

    One of the most common forms of trafficking is labor trafficking. In this episode, Re:Work Radio brings you the story of Lester Ramos and his journey from the Philippines. Later in the broadcast, we hear from Filipino migration expert, Dr. Robyn Magalit Rodriguez, on the circumstances in the Philippines and the US that drive Filipinos to work abroad.
  3. U.S. Anti-Torture History After 9/112021/10/27

    In today’s program, sociology professor Lisa Hajjar traces the rise and fall of torture after 9/11. She examines the ways in which torture and the fight against it have altered the legal terrain on torture in the United States, and potentially on a global scale.
  4. 70 Million: How Black Women Are Rightfully “Taking Seats at the Table”2021/10/21
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  5. But Next Time Part 2: From the Ashes2021/10/12
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  6. But Next Time Part 1: Toward the Fire2021/10/06
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  7. A More Perfect Union: Latinos, Minority Majorities, and Redistricting2021/09/29

    How will demographic shifts affect redistricting in 2021?

    Latinos are the second largest ethnic group in the U.S. In California, the Latinos grew to 39% of the population, surpassing whites as the largest ethnic group. Meanwhile, the white population decreased nationwide for the first time.
  8. Black Women In History2021/09/22
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  9. It’s Magic: Birth Justice and Black Maternal Health2021/09/15

    Through the work and birth stories of midwife, Allegra Hill, the producers of Re:Work Radio explain how Black midwives in Los Angeles are helping women to experience empowered births.
  10. September 11th 20 Years Later: Surveillance, Policing, and Torture2021/09/08

    September 11th, 2021 marks 20 years since the 9/11 attacks on the U.S. Today, we turn our attention not to the tragedy of 9/11 itself, but to 9/11 as an inflection point in U.S. culture and policy in two areas: domestic surveillance in the form of fusion centers, and the rise and fall of the use of torture in the War on Terror.
  11. Life During Covid2021/09/02
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  12. Frontline East LA: The Chicano Moratorium 50 Years Later (Encore)2021/08/25

    Fifty-one years ago, 30,000 people peacefully protested the disproportionate number of Latinos dying on the frontlines in Vietnam. The August 29th Chicano Moratorium ended with an attack by police, 400 arrests, and the deaths of four people, one of whom was Los Angeles Times journalist Rubén Salazar.
  13. The Response: The Fight for Justice after the Grenfell Tower Fire2021/08/18
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  14. 70 Million: A Special Court Keeping Native Americans out of Jail2021/08/12

    Kirsten made her way out of jail and addiction with the help of a special court on the Penobscot Nation reservation in Maine. There, culture and justice work together to bypass traditional punitive measures for more restorative ones. Reporter Lisa Bartfai visits the Healing to Wellness Court to see how it all works.
  15. The World’s Largest Methanol Refinery (and the fight to stop it) - Encore2021/08/04
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  16. Locked Down and Loaded: The 2020 Gun Surge and Violence Prevention (Encore)2021/07/28

    Regardless of race, gender, or political affiliation, Americans in 2020 bought guns; many, for the first time. In this show, we hear from gun and mental health communities on last year’s panic buying, and what they are doing to prevent gun violence and suicides in the wake of surging national gun sales.
  17. The Many Faces of Justice: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls of North America (Encore)2021/07/21

    As reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act awaits a vote in the U.S. Senate, missing and murdered indigenous women and girls continue to face an unequal system of justice. In this show we’ll hear from indigenous women scholars and activists on what justice means for MMIWG2.
  18. Symbols of Resistance Part Two: A Tribute to the Martyrs of the Chican@ Movement (Encore)2021/07/14

    Our radio adaptation of the film Symbols of Resistance : A Tribute to the Martyrs of the Chican@ Movement, offers a reflection on the untold stories of the Chicano Movement with a focus on Colorado and Northern New Mexico. Produced by Freedom Archives, the film delves into issues of cultural identity, student activism; land rights and social justice, in the face of police oppression.
  19. Symbols of Resistance: A Tribute to the Martyrs of the Chicano Movement, Part One - Encore2021/07/07

    Our radio adaptation of the film Symbols of Resistance : A Tribute to the Martyrs of the Chicano Movement, offers a reflection on the untold stories of the Chicano Movement with a focus on Colorado and Northern New Mexico. Produced by Freedom Archives, the film delves into issues of cultural identity, student activism; land rights and social justice, in the face of police oppression.
  20. George Floyd Anniversary & Reimagining Public Safety: Special YES!/PNS Report2021/07/01
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  21. Grace Lee Boggs: Sister Revolutionary (Updated Encore)2021/06/23

    On today's program we honor the life and legacy of civil rights activist Grace Lee Boggs through the lens of the documentary film, American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs. Produced and directed by Grace Lee.

  22. Where There’s Smoke: Asthma, Wildfires, and Fossil Fuels2021/06/16

    We bring you one little girl’s experience in a neighborhood with high asthma rates and other health challenges. We also look at one part of Southern California that is bombarded with pollutants from oil refineries, a trucking thoroughfare, and one of the world’s largest ocean ports.
  23. Angelic Troublemaker: Bayard Rustin2021/06/10

    On today's program we honor Bayard Rustin, one of the most central figures in the African American struggle for Civil Rights and Freedom. Rustin was a pacifist, homosexual and practitioner of nonviolence who dedicated his life to racial equality, economic justice and ending warfare.
  24. Lessons From Defund the Police2021/06/02

    It's been a year since the call to "Defund the Police" rang out through the George Floyd Protests. The idea isn't new - redistributing police funds into community projects that better support healthy communities -but, it's never been as popular and forceful. We take a look at some of the gains organizers have made over the past year and, we talk about the challenges
  25. Locked Down and Loaded2021/05/26

    2020 and the first few months of 2021 are shaping up to be some of the biggest periods ever for U.S. firearms sales. In California, however, gun sales last year decreased slightly. In this episode we hear from members of the gun and mental health communities on what they are doing to help prevent gun violence in the wake of surging national gun sales.
  26. Aftershocks of Disaster: Puerto Rico Before and After the Storm (Encore)2021/05/19
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  27. Domestic Violence in Lockdown: COVID-19and the UK’s Domestic Abuse Bill2021/05/06

    Domestic abuse affects everyone it touches—intimate partners, children, and elders. COVID-19 created new problems for victims of domestic violence and made some worse. This show looks at the challenges to survivors and their advocates posed by the pandemic and examines a landmark piece of legislation in the UK that could change the way countries there handle domestic abuse cases.
  28. 70Million: Where Housing, Not Jails, Is the Answer to Homelessness2021/04/29

    This week on Making Contact, we look at so-called quality of life laws that criminalize unhoused individuals and entangles them in a cycle of poverty and incarceration—and how advocacy groups are breaking the cycle.
  29. Wolves at the Well: The Corporate Grab of Public Water (Encore)2021/04/20

    Water is critical to maintaining the balance of life. Some corporations claim ownership of fresh water sources to bottle and sell for profit. Others use water as a tool to extract oil and gas. In this encore edition, we'll hear from communities fighting to keep water bottling companies out of rural Oregon, and to protect water from oil and gas contamination in New Mexico.
  30. Movement Building and Transnational Freedom Struggles2021/04/14

    Amid national outrage over the police killing of George Floyd in May of 2020, and other police-shootings of Black people, the movement to "defund the police" became a rallying cry to reimagine our approach to public safety. In this show, we'll hear from scholars about how we can build a global movement for abolition.
  31. Self Evident: Hate Goes Viral2021/04/07
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  32. The Many Faces of Justice: Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls of North America2021/03/31

    As reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act awaits a vote in the U.S. Senate, missing and murdered indigenous women and girls continue to face an unequal system of justice. In this show we’ll hear from indigenous women scholars and activists on what justice means for MMIWG2.
  33. Women Rising Radio: Election Protection and Democracy Part Two2021/03/24

    Women Rising Radio re-visits the 2020 election year, to assess the outcomes and talk with those who made those outcomes happen, the grassroots election protection and GOTV activists. This is Part 2 of Women Rising Radio’s two part programming on “Election Protection Advocates”. (Part Two - #39 is Part One)

  34. Part 2 of The Pandemic Inside: Covid-19 and Prisons2021/03/17
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  35. Part 1 of The Pandemic Inside: Covid 19 and Prisons2021/03/10
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  36. Activism and The Fight for Black Trans Lives (Encore)2021/03/03

    This week we look at transgender activism and the call for inclusion in the movement for Black lives. We'll also meet Trans activists in Lo uisiana who have been organizing against a state law that has been used to target trans women.
  37. The Pseudo-Science of Whiteness: Biology as a Social Weapon 2021/02/24

    This week, filmmaker Stephanie Welch explores the role that racist, unscientific propaganda has played in promoting white supremacy in the U.S. She traces the history of the Pioneer Fund, the primary funding source for research that claims to demonstrate that people of color are genetically and intellectually inferior.
  38. Geraldine's Story: How Public Schools Are Failing Black Students with Dyslexia 2021/02/18

    Black students with dyslexia carry a heavy burden in public schools. This program centers around a grandmother who fought for years to get her grandkids properly assessed for dyslexia. Like too many African American boys, Geraldine Robinson’s grandson was erroneously labeled with an “intellectual disability.”
  39. Canada's Slavery Secret2021/02/11

    This week we take a look at Canada and its history of Black enslavement. Canada, our northern neighbor, is rarely mentioned when we talk about the trans-Atlantic slave trade. In fact, we often equate Canada with being the safe space where Blacks escaped US slavery - the final stop on the underground railroad, so to speak.
  40. Mirrors of Privilege: Making Whiteness Visible2021/02/04

    Today on Making Contact, we present the film Mirrors of Privilege: Making Whiteness Visible. The film takes us on the transformational journey of white men and women who overcome issues of unconscious bias and entitlement. Producer, Dr. Shakti Butler explores what is required to move through stages of denial, to awareness, to making a solid commitment to end racial injustice.
  41. One Long Night: Andrea Pitzer on the Global History of Concentration Camps2021/01/28
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  42. President Biden and America's Expectation2021/01/21

    Today, a divided nation experiences one of the most tumultuous presidential transitions in US history. Leaders from marginalized communities across the nation are watching, with cautious optimism, as Biden and Harris seek to tackle several serious crises amid a raging pandemic.
  43. The Fallen of 2020 (Encore)2021/01/13

    This year on making contact, instead of our normal end of year show commemorating movement leaders we've lost, and highlighting their work, we remember victims of police murders who didn't receive as much coverage, and activists who succumbed to COVID-19.
  44. 70 Million: How the Asylum ProcessBecame Another Carceral Matrix2021/01/07
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  45. The Fallen of 20202020/12/31
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  46. The Pandemic, Loss and Racial Inequity2020/12/23

    According to the CDC, Blacks and Latinos are 3 times as likely to die from COVID as their white counterparts. This disproportionate harm has sparked a response from community organizers and researchers alike. Up next on Making Contact we turn our attention to those Americans who are bearing the brunt of the coronavirus fallout.
  47. The Deep: Rising Sea Levels and Corporate Control of Water (Encore)2020/12/17

    On this episode of Making Contact, we look at the privatization of our earth’s most precious resource – water. People around the world have been organizing against this privatization in the face of climate change and rising sea levels that threaten to contaminate our limited drinking water supplies.
  48. Aftershocks of Disaster: Puerto Rico Before and After the Storm2020/12/09
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  49. On the Brink: Homelessness before and during COVID-19 (Encore)2020/12/03

    Most of us have a home to shelter in place during COVID -19. But what about the homeless? We take a look at life on the street before COVID-19, following two women as they undergo several evictions from encampments. And then we talk about the specific challenges the homeless face during COVID-19 and what we can do to fix the housing crisis.
  50. Language Is Life, Land Is Sacred  (Encore)2020/11/25

    Making Contact's Community Storytelling Fellows Vincent Medina and Isabella Zizi share deep and personal stories on Native American organizing and activism on Ohlone lands in the Bay area.
  51. #SayHerName: Black Women, Police Violence, and Abolition2020/11/18

    Why is that the deaths of Black women at the hands of police don’t seem to generate as much outrage as the deaths of Black men? Is it because Black women are valued less? Is it a combination of reasons? Or is it just a figment of some people’s imagination?
  52. The Electoral College’s Dirty History (Encore)2020/11/11

    Given the election, and the difference between popular votes and electoral votes, we revisit our show on the Electoral College. It’s history in the era of slavery, and how it works today.
  53. Election 2020 Special: More Than a Vote2020/11/05
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  54. Fighting for the Ballot: Race and Voter Suppression in the 2020 Election2020/10/28

    Voter suppression and its target’s aren’t new phenomena. People of color and the poor have always been dissuaded from voting. We take a look at how race and voter suppression might play a role in the 2020 election, and we talk to organizers from the South who are fighting it, and ensuring that everyone has the right to vote not just in this election, but in every single election.
  55. Self Care as Selfless Act: Mental Health at the Root of Activism (Encore)2020/10/21
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  56. Unblock the Vote 20202020/10/15

    On this episode, we'll explore felon disenfranchisement and the battle to restore the voting rights of people on parole. We will also turn our attention to the Native American vote and examine the ways in which their votes are being suppressed.
  57. 70 Million: Voting from Jail is a Right, and Now a Reality in Chicago2020/10/07
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  58. Women Rising Radio: Women Challenge Capitalism2020/09/30
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  59. Domestic Violence in Lockdown: COVID-19 and the UK’s Domestic Abuse Bill2020/09/23

    Domestic abuse affects everyone it touches—intimate partners, children, and elders. COVID-19 created new problems for victims of domestic violence and made some worse. This show looks at the challenges posed by the pandemic and examines a landmark domestic abuse bill in the UK.
  60. Women Rising Radio: Election Protection and Democracy (Encore)2020/09/16

    Election protection is increasingly seen as a critical issue in the US. From gerrymandering and voter purges, to precinct closures and problems with voting machine technology, Women Rising Radio explores threats to the US electoral process with two election protection activists.
  61. Wolves at the Well: The Corporate Grab of Public Water2020/09/09

    Water is critical to maintaining the balance of life. Some corporations claim ownership of fresh water sources to bottle and sell for profit. Others use water as a tool to extract oil and gas. We'll hear from communities fighting to keep water bottling companies out of rural Oregon, and to protect water from oil and gas contamination in New Mexico.
  62. Essential: Gig Workers and COVID-19 (ENCORE)2020/09/02
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  63. Frontline East LA: The Chicano Moratorium 50 Years Later2020/08/26

    Fifty years ago, 30,000 people peacefully protested the disproportionate number of Latinos dying on the frontlines in Vietnam. The August 29th Chicano Moratorium ended with an attack by police, 400 arrests, and the deaths of four people, one of whom was Los Angeles Times journalist Rubén Salazar.
  64. Activism and The Fight for Black Trans Lives2020/08/19

    This week look at transgender activism and the call for inclusion in the movement for Black lives. We'll also meet Trans activists in Louisiana who have been organizing against a state law that has been used to target trans women.
  65. Re:Work: [No] Child Left Behind, the School to Prison Pipeline2020/08/11
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  66. Self Care as Selfless Act: Mental Health at the Root of Activism2020/08/05

    Activists in the Latinx immigrant community of Los Angeles share what they do to take care of their mental health. Self-care becomes a “selfless act” when it allows activists to stay healthy and do their work in a sustainable way.
  67. A Thin Black Line: Press Freedom, Repression, and Surveillance2020/07/29

    Journalists have been violently targeted by police and arrested alongside demonstrators at Black Lives Matter protests across the country. In this episode we’ll look at the struggle for press freedoms during a time of repression and surveillance.
  68. The Deep: Rising Sea Levels and Corporate Control of Water2020/07/22

    On this episode of Making Contact, we will look at the privatization of our earth’s most precious resource – water. We will look at the ways people around the world have been organizing against this privatization in the face of climate change and rising sea levels that threaten to contaminate our limited drinking water supplies.
  69. The Bombing of MOVE, 35 Years Later (Updated) 2020/07/15

    Our radio adaptation of the film, Let the Fire Burn. Directed by Jason Osder, examines the controversial, 1985 clash between police in Philadelphia and MOVE, a radical, non-violent group. On May 13, police dropped a bomb on MOVE's home, killing 11 people and destroying 61 homes.
  70. The End of Policing, Alex Vitale (Encore)2020/07/08

    Producer Robert Raymond interviews Alex Vitale, author of The End of Policing--a critical examination on the history of the police, and the police’s evolution as a tool for social control that exacerbates race and class divisions.
  71. The End of Student Debt: Free College and Debt Strikes2020/07/01

    44 million Americans hold over 1.6 trillion dollars of student debt and the cost of higher education continues to skyrocket. This unpayable debt causes long term financial damage, especially, for students of color and women. What can we do to fix the debt crisis? We look at two solutions: Free schools like Berea College in Kentucky and the possibility of a student debt strike.
  72. Kimberle Crenshaw: Intersectionality2020/06/24

    Law Professor Kimberlé Crenshaw defined the concept of intersectionality 30 years ago. She developed that framework to understand how identities such as race, gender and class intersect in overlapping systems of oppression and discrimination -- resulting in compounded damage.
  73. From Juneteenth to Reparations: The Freedom Promise of Unfinished Resolve (ENCORE)2020/06/17
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  74. Say Their Names: George Floyd and the Movement to Uplift Black Lives2020/06/10

    The movement to uplift Black lives and to defund and dismantle police departments has grown to a point where it cannot be ignored. We’ll hear from activists in Minneapolis, mourners in Houston, and our archives for an interview with the brother of Yuvette Henderson.
  75. Mrs. Hamer, Echoes (Encore)2020/06/03

    Civil rights leader Fannie Lou Hamer, spoke words that are all too relevant today. Today on Making Contact, you’ll hear archival recordings, and excerpts from a powerful new film featuring Fannie Lou Hamer. You’ll hear about the context of her life, and the lives of other sharecroppers in Mississippi.
  76. Data Boom! Rana Forohhar on Surveillance Capitalism2020/05/27

    The biggest tech companies generate enormous wealth and power by harvesting information about people. It’s called surveillance capitalism. This episode features journalist Rana Foroohar, author of Don’t Be Evil: How Big Tech Betrayed Its Founding Principles—and All of Us.
  77. Texts Not Jails! Before and After Covid-19 via 70 Million2020/05/20
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  78. Essential: Gig Workers and COVID-192020/05/13
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  79. The Bombing of MOVE, 35 Years Later 2020/05/06

    Our radio adaptation of the film, Let the Fire Burn. Directed by Jason Osder, examines the controversial, 1985 clash between police in Philadelphia and MOVE, a radical, non-violent group. On May 13, police dropped a bomb on MOVE's home, killing 11 people and destroying 61 homes.
  80. Two Revolutions, Many Secrets2020/04/29

    In the midst of our dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s hard to imagine what stories we will ultimately tell our children and grandchildren. This week's episode is about two strong women who survived historic trauma, and the stories they later told their families.
  81. COVID-19 Pandemic Capitalism and Bonds 2020/04/22
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  82. On the Brink: Homelessness before and during COVID-192020/04/15

    Most of us have a home to shelter in place during COVID -19. But what about the homeless? We take a look at life on the street before COVID-19, following two women as they undergo several evictions from encampments. And then we talk about the specific challenges the homeless face during COVID-19 and what we can do to fix the housing crisis.
  83. Witch Hunts and Enclosures: Bodies, Land and Women2020/04/08
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  84. COVID-19 and Lessons from the Spanish Flu2020/04/01

    In 1918, humanity faced a deadly global pandemic-- the Spanish Flu. How did those who lived a century before us respond to the crisis, and what we can learn from their response and the aftermath?
  85. Bio Hackers versus Big Pharma: Tackling the Rising Cost of Insulin2020/03/25
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  86. The Great Divide: Racism, Wealth Inequality, and Elections2020/03/18
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  87. Election Protection and Democracy, with Women Rising Radio2020/03/11

    Election protection is increasingly seen as a critical issue in the US. From gerrymandering and voter purges, to precinct closures and problems with voting machine technology, Women Rising Radio explores threats to the US electoral process with two election protection activists.
  88. Who Bombed Judi Bari?2020/03/04
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  89. Bad Math: the Risks of Artificial Intelligence2020/02/26

    We think of Artificial Intelligence as being the stuff of science fiction movies, set far in the future. But it's already having an impact on our lives. We look at a kind of decision made by artificial intelligence called a risk assessment and how it impacts the poor and people of color and we talk about ways to fight back.
  90. I Am Not Your Negro: James Baldwin2020/02/12

    I Am Not Your Negro is a journey into black history that connects the past of the Civil Rights movement to the present of #BlackLivesMatter. It is a film that questions black representation in Hollywood and beyond.
  91. 70 Million: The Work of Closing a Notorious Jail2020/02/05

    Five years after Michael Brown’s death at the hands of a police officer galvanized criminal justice reform activists in St. Louis, they're gaining serious momentum to shut down the city's notorious Workhouse jail. Reporter Carolina Hidalgo spent time with the Close the Workhouse campaign and Arch City Defenders, their supporters, and detractors.
  92. The Utopian Dinner Table: How to Feed the World in 100 Years2020/01/29

    You'll hear about ongoing food insecurity issues from food scholar Raj Patel, and hopeful solutions from families in the Black Creek community garden in Toronto, Canada.
  93. The Big Lift2020/01/22

    Meeting family needs in a city of widening wealth gaps is a big lift. Studies show that when parents are engaged in their kids’ education, it has a huge impact. Reporter Lee Romney spent a year following the work of one family liaison at a high-poverty school.
  94. Spies of Mississippi: The Campaign to Stop Freedom Summer's Civil Rights Movement of 19642020/01/15
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  95. John Carlos Frey on America's Stealth War on the Mexico Border2020/01/08

    On today's program, John Carlos Frey, author of Sand and Blood: America's Stealth War on the Mexico Border, explores increased militarization at the border, US deterrent strategy, and the profitable business of fear.
  96. Best Of Making Contact2020/01/01

    We look at our favorite shows from 2019. From Artificial Intelligence, to the stigma around women's periods, from guns and restraining orders to the cost of Insulin, these are the stories that inspired us, taught us something or just made us think differently.
  97. Pollution Solutions 2019/12/25
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  98. One Long Night: Andrea Pitzer on the Global History of Concentration Camps2019/12/18
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  99. The Response: Fighting Misinformation in the Aftermath of the Mexico City Earthquake2019/12/11
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  100. 50 Years Later: Remembering Fred Hampton2019/12/04

    Our radio adaptation of the film, The Murder of Fred Hampton, produced by filmmakers Mike Gray and Howard Alk, provides a glimpse into the life of Hampton and the Illinois Black Panther Party. On December 4th, 1969, exactly 50 years ago, Black Panthers Fred Hampton, age 21, and Mark Clark, age 22, were shot to death by Chicago police.
  101. Holding the Thin Green Line II: A View from the Blast Zone2019/11/27
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  102. Reckonings: From Health Insurance Spin Doctor to Truth Teller2019/11/20

    What happens when a health insurance PublicRelations executive confronts the consequences of his spin? Dive into one man's odyssey from health insurance spin doctor to activist truth teller.
  103. Don't Let Them See You Bleed: PERIOD2019/11/13

    This show examines the feminist movement through the lens of period activism. We will look at aspects of women’s health and social justice that are often overlooked - From period stigma to the unfair tax on feminine hygiene products and the fight to regulate and disclose ingredients in tampons and maxi pads.
  104. Pollution Solutions2019/11/06

    Megafarms and oil & gas producers are some of the worst polluters in California’s Central Valley. We’ll hear how Valley residents are pushing back. But first, we go to Pine Ridge, South Dakota, where six Native American tribes are harnessing wind power to bring economic development to their members. And, author Naomi Klein talks about her latest book, On Fire.
  105. Symbols of Resistance Part Two: A Tribute to the Martyrs of the Chican@ Movement2019/10/30

    Our radio adaptation of the film Symbols of Resistance : A Tribute to the Martyrs of the Chicano Movement, offers a reflection on the untold stories of the Chicano Movement with a focus on Colorado and Northern New Mexico. Produced by Freedom Archives, the film delves into issues of cultural identity, student activism; land rights and social justice, in the face of police oppression.
  106. Symbols of Resistance Part One: A Tribute to the Martyrs of the Chicano Movement2019/10/23

    Our radio adaptation of the film Symbols of Resistance : A Tribute to the Martyrs of the Chicano Movement, offers a reflection on the untold stories of the Chicano Movement with a focus on Colorado and Northern New Mexico. Produced by Freedom Archives, the film delves into issues of cultural identity, student activism; land rights and social justice, in the face of police oppression.
  107. 70 Million: How Bail Shackles Women of Color2019/10/16

    Tamiki Banks’ life was turned upside down when her husband was arrested, leaving her the sole breadwinner and caregiver to their twins. More than two years later, she’s still struggling, and he’s still in custody, even though he hasn’t been convicted of any crime. From Atlanta, Pamela Kirkland reports on the heavy burden women of color like Tamiki bear when a loved one is jailed.
  108. Beyond Recognition: The Ohlone2019/10/09

    Our radio adaptation of the film Beyond Recognition by Underexposed films, "After decades struggling to protect her ancestors’ burial places, a Native woman from a non-federally recognized Ohlone tribe and her allies occupy a sacred site to prevent its desecration. They then vow to follow a new path- to establish the first women-led urban Indigenous land trust.
  109. Women Rising. Migrations: Standing in Solidarity With the Desperate2019/10/02
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  110. Guns and Restraining Orders2019/09/25

    Despite the recent increase in mass shootings, the majority of gun injuries and deaths are in fact a result of suicides, homicides, and domestic violence. This documentary tells the story of one woman’s DV experience, and how some Californians are working to prevent deadly shootings.
  111. The World’s Largest Methanol Refinery (and the fight to stop it)2019/09/18
  112. Bio Hackers versus Big Pharma: Tackling the Rising Cost of Insulin2019/09/11
  113. Decarcerated with Danielle Sered: Until We Reckon: Violence, Mass Incarceration, and a Road to Repair2019/09/04
  114. Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools2019/08/28
  115. The Struggle Inside: The Murder of George Jackson2019/08/21
  116. Hawaii: A Voice For Sovereignty2019/08/14
  117. Lessons of Nagasaki2019/08/07
  118. Abortion Beyond Clinics: Call Jane2019/07/31
  119. Afrofuturism: Imagination and Humanity, Ytasha Womack (Encore)2019/07/25
  120. 70 Million: Undocumented Immigrants Are Tethered to ICE, and Private Companies2019/07/17
  121. A Journalist Reckons with Truth and Objectivity2019/07/10
  122. The Port Chicago Sailors: Separate and Unequal2019/07/03
  123. Beyond Stonewall: The Push for LGBT Civil Rights2019/06/25
  124. From Juneteenth to Reparations: The Freedom Promise of Unfinished Resolve2019/06/19
  125. Dana Frank on the Long Honduran Night2019/06/12
  126. I Am Because I Am: The Expansion of Gender Identity 2019/06/06
  127. Hidden in Plain Sight: Rebecca Gordon on Torture2019/05/29
  128. American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs2019/05/22
  129. Disability: Our Culture Ourselves2019/05/15
  130. The End of Time: Aging in America2019/05/08
  131. Bad Math: the Risks of Artificial Intelligence2019/04/24
  132. 70 Million: In Miami, Jailing Fewer, Treating More2019/04/17
  133. Wealth Inequity and Universal Basic Income2019/04/11
  134. Reckonings with Lewis Wallace 2019/04/03
  135. The Non-Violent Path of Cesar Chavez 2019/03/27
  136. Choice, Church and State: Poland, Ireland, the USA : Women Rising 372019/03/20
  137. Protecting People and Water in Mexico City2019/03/13
  138. Legacy of Mistreatment2019/03/06
  139. 70 Million: How New Orleans Could Set a New Course for Bail Reform2019/02/27
  140. I Am Not Your Negro (ENCORE)2019/02/20
  141. Afrofuturism: Imagination and Humanity, Ytasha Womack2019/02/13
  142. Spare the Kids, Dr. Stacey Patton2019/02/06
  143. The Future of Abolition: Marc Lamont Hill, Michelle Alexander and Vonya Quarles2019/01/30
  144. The Far Right and Antifa (Encore)2019/01/23
  145. Abortion Beyond Clinics Pt. 1: Call Jane2019/01/16
  146. 70 Million: Undocumented Immigrants are Tethered to ICE & Private Companies2019/01/09
  147. Uprooting Racism ENCORE2019/01/02
  148. Fallen Heroes of 20182018/12/21
  149. In the Shadow of the Volcano: Guatemala’s Unequal Disaster2018/12/18
  150. Michael Eric Dyson on Trump Truth and Race2018/12/11
  151. 70 Million - Reform Activists and a New DA Find Common Ground2018/12/05
  152. I Am Because I Am: The Expansion of Gender Identity2018/11/28
  153. The Response: Uneven Burns2018/11/20
  154. Climate Uprising: Indigenous Women at the Global Climate Action Summit2018/11/14
  155. The Response: Restoring Power in Puerto Rico2018/11/07
  156. The X Factor in the Midterms2018/10/30
  157. Fossil Refusal: Local Models not Global Markets2018/10/24
  158. Your Home, Your Right… or My Business?2018/10/17
  159. Reproductive Justice from El Salvador to the U.S.2018/10/10
  160. The Response: Occupy Sandy2018/10/03
  161. 10 Years After the Crash: Recovery Not for All2018/09/26
  162. Climate Change & Sacrifice Zones (Encore)2018/09/19
  163. 70 Million: Locals Divided Between Diversion and Border Security2018/09/12
  164. About Last Night: How HBCU Students are Addressing Sexual Assault on Campus 2018/09/05
  165. No Ashes in the Fire: Coming of Age Black and Free in America2018/08/28
  166. The Struggle Inside: The Murder of George Jackson2018/08/16
  167. Parenting From Prison, Inside Out2018/08/09
  168. Uprooting Racism: How White People Can Work for Racial Justice2018/08/01
  169. Caring Relationships: Negotiating Meaning and Maintaining Dignity (Encore)2018/07/25
  170. The Arrival: Trump's Travel and Refugee Ban 2018/07/18
  171. Patrisse Khan-Cullors, “When They Call You A Terrorist” (Encore)2018/07/12
  172. Afrofuturism: 3 Women You Need to Know2018/07/05
  173. Beyond Stonewall: The Push for LGBT Civil Rights2018/06/28
  174. Your Home, Your Right… or My Business?2018/06/20
  175. Pushout: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools2018/06/13
  176. The Cost of Deportations2018/06/06
  177. Finding Home: Displacement and Homelessness from Cape Town to California (Encore)2018/05/30
  178. Korea: The Ghosts of the Gwangju Uprising (ENCORE)2018/05/23
  179. She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry – The Personal Is Political2018/05/16
  180. SPECIAL FOR MOTHER’S DAY-Mothering: Love on the Front Lines2018/05/09
  181. Protecting People and Water in Mexico City2018/05/02
  182. Specters of Attica: Reflections from Inside a Michigan Prison Strike2018/04/25
  183. Daze of Justice2018/04/18
  184. The Nakba, the Naksa, and the Future of Palestine (ENCORE)2018/04/11
  185. A Dream Remembered?: Martin Luther King Jr and the Grassroots Civil Rights Movement (ENCORE)2018/04/04
  186. The Seekers, Pt. 1: Freedom from Violence2018/03/28
  187. Patrisse Khan-Cullors, “When They Call You A Terrorist”2018/03/20
  188. The Spirit of Vietnam Is Stronger Than U.S. Bombs2018/03/14
  189. Guardians of the Amazon Rainforest - Women Rising Radio #352018/03/07
  190. Mrs. Hamer Echoes (Encore)2018/02/28
  191. I Am Not Your Negro: James Baldwin (Encore)2018/02/21
  192. The End of Policing, Alex Vitale2018/02/14
  193. Ghosts of the Korean War: Stop THAAD (Encore)2018/02/07
  194. Dr. Ibram X. Kendi - Stamped from the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America (Encore Edition)2018/01/31
  195. Breaking Protocol: Blockchain and Capital Controls in Greece2018/01/24
  196. Wealth Inequity and Universal Basic Income2018/01/17
  197. Reclaiming Gotham: The Battle for U.S. Cities2018/01/10
  198. We Got Next: Youth Poets Changing the World2018/01/03
  199. Fallen Heroes of 20172017/12/26
  200. Parenting From Prison, Inside Out2017/12/20
  201. The Far Right and Antifa2017/12/12
  202. Ghosts of the Korean War: Stop THAAD2017/12/06
  203. A Tale of Two Heights2017/11/29
  204. Fantastic Negrito and The Last Days of Oakland2017/11/21
  205. At the Intersection of Faith and Reproductive Justice2017/11/15
  206. I Am Not Your Negro2017/11/08
  207. The Poetic Address to the Nation (Encore)2017/11/01
  208. Sacrifice Zones - Part 2 (Encore Edition)2017/10/25
  209. Sacrifice Zones – Part 1 (Encore Edition)2017/10/18
  210. Jeff Chang on Revolutions in Seeing and Being2017/10/11
  211. Mrs. Hamer Echoes2017/10/04
  212. Language Is Life, Land Is Sacred2017/09/27
  213. The Arrival: Trump’s Travel and Refugee Ban2017/09/20
  214. The Ghosts of the Gwangju Uprising2017/09/13
  215. Women Rising Radio: Rescuing The Isolated and Displaced, Women of Doctors Without Borders2017/09/06
  216. Staying Rooted: Community Focused Economic Models, Cooperative Housing, and the New Economy Coalition2017/08/30
  217. ENCORE: Mirrors of Privilege: Making Whiteness Visible2017/08/23
  218. Alicia Garza: On Historical Amnesia, and Fighting White Supremacy2017/08/16
  219. The Struggle Inside: The Murder of George Jackson2017/08/09
  220. ENCORE: Reclaiming Public Schools: Education in the Trump Era2017/07/31
  221. Walk the Talk: Stories of Indigenous-led resistance to Oil and Waste 2017/07/25
  222. The Aftermath of Ghost Ship and the San Pablo Fires2017/07/19
  223. Finding Home: Displacement and Homelessness from Cape Town to California2017/07/12
  224. Dr. Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor “From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation” (Encore edition)2017/07/05
  225. The Draft, Duty, and Dissent: G.I. Resistance to War2017/06/27
  226. Dr. Ibram X. Kendi - Stamped from the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America2017/06/21
  227. Sacrifice Zones Pt. 22017/06/13
  228. Sacrifice Zones - Part 12017/06/06
  229. The Fraught Process Towards Peace: Colombia and the Philippines2017/05/31
  230. (ENCORE) Brightness of Courage: The Fight for Transgender Access to Gender-Specific Spaces 2017/05/24
  231. Liberation Theology: A March to Freedom2017/05/17
  232. The Long Ride Home: Get on the Bus, and Incarcerated Families ENCORE2017/05/13
  233. The Poetic Address to the Nation2017/05/02
  234. A Look at Labor Organizing, and Worker and Immigrant Rights2017/04/26
  235. Spies of Mississippi 2017/04/18
  236. Beyond Choice: Organizing for Reproductive Justice2017/04/12
  237. Not Throw Away Women: Black and Indigenous Women Disrupt Violence ENCORE2017/04/04
  238. Conscience and Dissent: Values in Media2017/03/29
  239. The Cost of War: A Reflection on the United States and Iraq Conflict2017/03/22
  240. Reclaiming Public Schools: Education in the Trump Era2017/03/14
  241. Women Rising Radio 33: With Healers At Standing Rock2017/03/08
  242. Paris: Responses to Terror, and the Experiment in Mixité2017/03/01
  243. Long Distance Revolutionary2017/02/22
  244. Building Resistance: Japanese Imprisonment and the Fight Against a Muslim Registry2017/02/13
  245. 11 Million Undocumented: A Look at Sanctuary and Immigration Policy in the Trump Era2017/02/08
  246. Caring Relationships: Negotiating Meaning and Maintaining Dignity ENCORE2017/01/31
  247. Dr. Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor “From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation”2017/01/23
  248. A Dream Remembered?: Martin Luther King Jr and the Grassroots Civil Rights Movement (Encore)2017/01/17
  249. Mirrors of Privilege2017/01/10
  250. Men, Women, and Guns: Toxic Masculinity in Mass Shootings2017/01/04
  251. Fallen Heroes of 20162016/12/26
  252. The Long Ride Home: The Get on the Bus Program and Incarcerated Families2016/12/22
  253. Brightness of Courage: The Fight for Transgender Access to Gender-Specific Spaces 2016/12/15
  254. Resistance and Resilience: The Cultural Legacy of the Black Panther Party2016/12/07
  255. The Murder of Fred Hampton2016/11/30
  256. Native Power: Language, Land, and Water NoDAPL2016/11/22
  257. The Electoral College’s Dirty History Encore2016/11/16
  258. Women Rising 31: Nuclear Weapons Abolitionists2016/11/09
  259. Greg Palast on Voter Suppression, and Buying Democracy2016/11/02
  260. Immigrants & Elections Pt. 2: Barriers to the Ballot2016/10/26
  261. Thwarting Democracy: the Battle for Voting Rights2016/10/19
  262. Women Rising 31: Nuclear Weapons Abolitionists2016/10/12
  263. Demographic Danger: A Look at Maternity Wards and Segregation in Israel2016/10/05
  264. Retaining Rondon: Creole Food in a Changing World2016/09/28
  265. Occupy, 5 years later2016/09/21
  266. Rosa Brooks on How Everything Became War and the Military Became Everything2016/09/14
  267. 15 Years After 9/11, Still Searching for Monsters to Destroy2016/09/07
  268. Invisible Workers, Laboring in the Shadows2016/08/31
  269. Coffee: Trouble Brewing?2016/08/24
  270. A New Way of Life and the New Underground Railroad2016/08/17
  271. Women Rising 29: Food Sovereignty in indigenous communities2016/08/10
  272. COINTELPRO 101 (Part 2)2016/08/03
  273. COINTELPRO 101 (pt 1)2016/07/27
  274. Bipolarized: Rethinking Mental Illness2016/07/20
  275. Documenting FREDY : Eight Years After the Shooting in Montreal2016/07/13
  276. #SayHerName: Black Love in Action2016/07/06
  277. Straddling Borders2016/06/29
  278. Jane Mayer on the Hidden Billionaires of the Radical Right2016/06/22
  279. Rad Dads!2016/06/15
  280. Choosing Justice Over Fear2016/06/08
  281. The Nakba, the Naksa, and the Future of Palestine2016/06/01
  282. Waiting for Home: The Refugee and Immigrant Experience2016/05/25
  283. Iran Belongs to it's youth2016/05/18
  284. Abortion Access and Eroded Rights2016/05/11
  285. After Disaster: Picking up the pieces in an age of climate change2016/05/04
  286. Misrepresented: Interrupting Muslim & Arab Stereotypes2016/04/27
  287. From Dreamers in Arizona to Muslims in Michigan: Immigrant Communities Upholding Democracy2016/04/20
  288. Caring Relationships: Negotiating Meaning and Maintaining Dignity 2016/04/13
  289. Not a Drop to Drink: our dwindling access to clean drinking water2016/04/06
  290. The true cost of fast fashion: a look inside Los Angeles sweatshops2016/03/30
  291. Unstoppable: The Fight for 152016/03/23
  292. Life, Breath, and Toxics: Lethal Negligence of Northeast and South L.A.2016/03/16
  293. Women Rising 30: International Slavery and Human Trafficking2016/03/09
  294. China’s Reproductive Regime: Mei Fong & Barbara Demick on China’s one child policy2016/03/02
  295. The Black Panthers, Vanguard of the Revolution2016/02/24
  296. After Disaster: Picking up the pieces in an age of climate change2016/02/18
  297. We Are the Bomb: Boots Riley and Dave Zirin Talk Activism and Politics2016/02/10
  298. Failing Our Youth: An Inadequate Foster Care System2016/02/03
  299. Tent Cities: When Society Fails to House2016/01/27
  300. Abortion Access Under Attack2016/01/20
  301. A Dream Remembered?: Martin Luther King Jr and the Grassroots Civil Rights Movement2016/01/13
  302. Women Rising 29: Food Sovereignty in indigenous communities2016/01/06
  303. Squatters: Intruders or Innovators?2015/12/30
  304. Looking Back Moving Forward: 2015 Year in Review2015/12/23
  305. Fallen Heroes 20152015/12/16
  306. Abortion Access and Eroded Rights2015/12/09
  307. The Elusive Neighborhood Cop2015/12/02
  308. Walking in Two Worlds2015/11/25
  309. Mutual Support: We do it Together2015/11/18
  310. Resurrected: Formerly Incarcerated Change-Makers2015/11/11
  311. The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution2015/11/04
  312. Concussions: Your Brain or the Game?2015/10/28
  313. Invisible Workers, Laboring in the Shadows2015/10/21
  314. Guns: An American Tradition2015/10/14
  315. WOMEN RISING RADIO XXVIII: Global Community2015/10/07
  316. Global Taxi Driver2015/09/30
  317. Ruben Salazar: Man in the Middle2015/09/25
  318. #BlackLivesMatter: Alicia Garza on the Origins of a Movement2015/09/17
  319. Not Throw Away Women: Black and Indigenous Women Disrupt Violence2015/09/09
  320. Bipolarized: Rethinking Mental Illness2015/09/02
  321. Getting Out: the journey out of prison2015/08/25
  322. Changing Communities, Imminent Threats: Katrina’s Legacy2015/08/19
  323. Not a Drop to Drink: our dwindling access to clean drinking water2015/08/12
  324. Thwarting Democracy: the Battle for Voting Rights2015/08/05
  325. Full time Struggle, Part time Work: Making a living post recession 2015/07/29
  326. Living Downstream2015/07/22
  327. Why We Owe: David Graeber on the Origins of Debt2015/07/15
  328. My Body My Message: women's bodies as tools of self-empowerment2015/07/08
  329. Bodily Safety: Ta-Nehisi Coates on Police Shootings2015/07/01
  330. Deadly Divide: Migrant deaths on the border2015/06/24
  331. Failing Our Youth: An Inadequate Foster Care System2015/06/17
  332. Voice Recognition: Does how we sound determine who we are?2015/06/10
  333. Beyond Stonewall: The Push for LGBT Civil Rights2015/06/03
  334. Walking in Two Worlds2015/05/27
  335. Returning Home: From War Fighter to Student2015/05/20
  336. Not Throw Away Women: Black and Indigenous Women Disrupt Violence2015/05/13
  337. #BlackLivesMatter: Alicia Garza on the Origins of a Movement2015/05/05
  338. States of Censorship: Journalism Under Attack2015/04/29
  339. The Power of Poetry2015/04/22
  340. BP Five Years Later: Deepwater Horizon and the Cost of Oil2015/04/15
  341. Heat of the Moment: Sea Level Rise2015/04/08
  342. The Controversial Nicaragua Canal2015/04/01
  343. Coffee: Trouble Brewing?2015/03/25
  344. Fighting Goliath (Part 2)2015/03/18
  345. Fighting Goliath (Part 1)2015/03/11
  346. Women Rising 27: Ann Lopez on the reality of farm workers in the US and Mexico2015/03/04
  347. Squatters: Intruders or Innovators?2015/02/25
  348. Deadly Force: Police Shootings in Black and White2015/02/18
  349. From Montgomery to Ferguson2015/02/11
  350. Motherhood by Choice, Not by Chance2015/02/04
  351. You’ve heard of Hip-Hop, but what about Krip-Hop?2015/01/28
  352. My Body My Message: women's bodies as tools of self-empowerment2015/01/21
  353. A Dream Remembered?: Martin Luther King Jr and the Grassroots Civil Rights Movement2015/01/14
  354. Race to an Emergency-examining 911 responses Pt. 22015/01/08
  355. Race to an Emergency-examining 911 responses Pt. 12015/01/02
  356. Looking Back, Moving Forward: 2014 Year in Review2014/12/24
  357. Fallen Heroes of 20142014/12/17
  358. Divest! Pulling the plug on Fossil Fuels2014/12/09
  359. Deadly Divide: Migrant Death on the Border2014/12/02
  360. Making Contact’s 20th Anniversary2014/11/26
  361. Women Rising 26: A Ride on the Peoples Climate Train2014/11/19
  362. Restorative Justice: Reconciling Face to Face2014/11/12
  363. Islamic state, Kurdistan, and the new U.S. war in Iraq2014/11/05
  364. Changing Everything: Naomi Klein on Capitalism and Climate Change2014/10/29
  365. Thwarting Democracy, the Battle for Voting Rights2014/10/22
  366. Blowing the Whistle, Paying the Price2014/10/15
  367. Voice Recognition2014/10/08
  368. The Power of Poetry2014/10/01
  369. Healthy Messages: Reproductive Health and Pop Culture2014/09/24
  370. Shh! Life in a State of Surveillance2014/09/17
  371. Not My War: The Military Deserters' Dilemma2014/09/09
  372. Concussions: Your Brain or the Game?2014/09/03
  373. Pesticides on the Playground2014/08/27
  374. All the President's Bankers2014/08/20
  375. Ya Basta: How Zapatismo has influenced the US2014/08/13
  376. Scorched Earth: The Legacy of Agent Orange2014/08/06
  377. Getting Out: the journey out of prison2014/07/30
  378. Fighting Goliath Part 22014/07/23
  379. Fighting Goliath (Part 1)2014/07/15
  380. Embracing the Elements: Curanderismo2014/07/09
  381. Women Rising #25 Activists Against Global Armaments and War2014/07/02
  382. Restorative Justice: Reconciling Face to Face2014/06/25
  383. All Around Cowboy: Inside the world of queer rodeo2014/06/18
  384. G.M.nO! Genetically Modified Democracy2014/06/11
  385. Rad Dads!!!!2014/06/04
  386. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Side of the Beautiful Game2014/05/28
  387. Seeking Shelter: Building Housing and Community for LGBTQ Elders2014/05/21
  388. Behind the Kitchen Door: Restaurant Workers’ Fight for Justice2014/05/14
  389. Reclaiming the Commons2014/05/07
  390. Our Bodies, Our Stories: Reproductive Health Behind Bars2014/04/30
  391. Words vs. Bars: How Prison Poets Escape2014/04/23
  392. Shh!: Life in a State of Surveillance2014/04/16
  393. The Non-Violent Path of Cesar Chavez2014/04/09
  394. Sounding the Alarm: Noise Pollution2014/04/02
  395. Stuck in the Bluff2014/03/26
  396. Encore presentation: Into Eternity2014/03/19
  397. Motherhood by Choice not Chance2014/03/12
  398. Women Rising #24—Activist Women of Greenpeace2014/03/05
  399. School is Out: The Decimation of Public Education2014/02/19
  400. Foodopoly: Big agribusiness and the monopoly on the food industry2014/02/11
  401. Cracking the Codes: Dr. Shakti Butler on the System of Racial Inequity (Encore)2014/02/05
  402. Insult to Injury? American Indian Sports Mascots2014/01/29
  403. Jeremy Scahill on Obama’s Dirty Wars2014/01/22
  404. Dollarocracy: Corporate Cash in Politics2014/01/15
  405. Race to an Emergency-examining 911 responses Pt. 22014/01/08
  406. The Race to an Emergency (Part 1)2014/01/01
  407. Looking Back, Moving Forward: 2013 Year in Review2013/12/25
  408. Fleeing Syria, Seeking Refuge2013/12/18
  409. Partners in the Struggle-allies in political movements2013/12/11
  410. 2013: The Year the Criminal Justice System Changed?2013/12/04
  411. Conquest: Sexual Violence and Native American Genocide2013/11/27
  412. Atomic States of America: The Rise and Fall of Nuclear Energy2013/11/20
  413. Bigger Than Hip-Hop: Youth Speakin for Themselves2013/11/13
  414. Behind the Kitchen Door: Restaurant Workers' Fight for Justice2013/11/06
  415. Into Eternity2013/10/30
  416. Drones: A New Death From Above2013/10/23
  417. Hawaii: A Voice For Sovereignty2013/10/15
  418. Plan B and Beyond: Local Struggles for Reproductive Freedom2013/10/08
  419. Living Downstream2013/10/02
  420. Women Rising 23: Via Campesina2013/09/25
  421. Room To Breathe: From Chaos to Peace in the Classroom2013/09/18
  422. The Other 9/11: Part 22013/09/11
  423. The Other 9/11: Part One2013/09/03
  424. Low Power (Radio) to the People2013/08/27
  425. A Letter, A March, A Dream: 1963 Retold2013/08/21
  426. Undocumented and Undaunted: DREAMer Artists Speak Out2013/08/13
  427. Scorched Earth: The Legacy of Agent Orange2013/08/07
  428. Demystifying Unions with Bill Fletcher Jr.2013/07/31
  429. Returning Fire: Interventions in Video Game Culture2013/07/24
  430. A New Way of Life and the New Underground Railroad2013/07/16
  431. Survivors of Solitary Confinement2013/07/09
  432. Harvest of Empire (Part 2)2013/07/03
  433. Harvest of Empire (Part 1)2013/06/25
  434. Seeking Shelter: Building Housing and Community for LGBTQ Elders2013/06/18
  435. Rad Dads!!!2013/06/11
  436. Idle No More2013/06/04
  437. Capitalism Makes us Crazy: Dr Gabor Mate on Illness & Addiction2013/05/28
  438. Partners in the Struggle2013/05/21
  439. Cracking the Codes: Dr. Shakti Butler on the System of Racial Inequity2013/05/14
  440. Permission to Speak: Political Prisoners in Burma2013/05/07
  441. Manufacturing Terror: The Media's Anti-Arab and Anti-Muslim Problem2013/04/30
  442. Undocumented and Undaunted: DREAMer Artists Speak Out2013/04/23
  443. Arundhati Roy Jungles of Resistance 2013/04/16
  444. Surviving Ex-Gay Therapy2013/04/08
  445. Taxes are for suckers2013/04/03
  446. Transit For All2013/03/26
  447. Our Bodies, Our Stories: Reproductive Health Behind Bars2013/03/19
  448. Ten Years Later: Counting the Costs of War in Iraq2013/03/12
  449. Women Rising #22: International Anti-Nuclear Activists2013/03/05
  450. Omar Barghouti on How to End Apartheid in Palestine2013/02/26
  451. Putting the "Eco" Back into Economics with David Suzuki 2013/02/15
  452. Not In Our Backyard: Fighting Pollution in Richmond, California2013/02/09
  453. Breaking the Psychological Chains of Slavery2013/02/01
  454. Beats, Rhymes and Laughs: Culture As a Tool for Racial Justice2013/01/29
  455. Dam Shame: Rivers and Resistance2013/01/22
  456. In the Shadow of the Wall: From Gaza to Arizona2013/01/15
  457. Human Rights: Not Just for Humans (& Corporations) Anymore?2013/01/07
  458. Art is Our Weapon: A Conversation With Climbing Poetree 2013/01/01
  459. Looking Back, Moving Forward: 2012 Year In Review2012/12/24
  460. Life or Death: Ending the Death Penalty2012/12/17
  461. Michelle Alexander on the New Jim Crow2012/12/11
  462. Saving or Selling the Planet? REDD, Climate Change and Indigenous Lands2012/12/03
  463. Room To Breathe: From Chaos to Peace in the Classroom2012/11/27
  464. Native Harvest for a Modern World ENCORE2012/11/17
  465. Women Rising #22: International Anti-Nuclear Activists2012/11/13
  466. The Electoral College's Dirty History 2012/11/05
  467. Education Not for Sale2012/10/31
  468. The Life, Death, and Rebirth of ACORN2012/10/22
  469. The Penalty is Exile: How Immigration and Criminalization Collide2012/10/17
  470. Microfinance: How it Lost Its Way and Betrayed the Poor2012/10/09
  471. COINTELPRO 101 (Part 2) ENCORE2012/10/02
  472. COINTELPRO 101 (Part 1) ENCORE2012/09/25
  473. The Burning Issue: America's War on Fire 2012/09/15
  474. Making it Our Business: Co-ops on the Rise2012/09/11
  475. Buying Power: Corporate Money in Politics2012/09/04
  476. Drones: A New Death From Above2012/08/28
  477. Being Black and Green: African-Americans & the Environment ENCORE2012/08/21
  478. Returning Fire: Interventions in Video Game Culture2012/08/14
  479. Undue Influence: the power of Police and Prison Guards' Unions2012/08/02
  480. Lessons of Nagasaki2012/07/31
  481. The Struggle for Libya's Future2012/07/24
  482. The Olympic Games: Who wins?2012/07/17
  483. Ban the Box! The Campaign for Post-Prison Employment ENCORE2012/07/11
  484. Angela Davis and Tim Wise: Capitalism, Privatization and Hope2012/07/03
  485. Prison Crisis: Local Solution?2012/06/27
  486. Population Control or Population Justice?2012/06/15
  487. Arundhati Roy: Jungles of Resistance2012/06/13
  488. Obama 2012: The Lesser Evil?2012/06/06
  489. Seeking Justice and Police Accountability in Jamaica ENCORE2012/05/30
  490. Poisoned Water, Fossil Fuels2012/05/22
  491. Farming Underwater: Steve Mello's Story2012/05/15
  492. Mexico's Drug War: The Politics of Violence2012/05/08
  493. Mending the Past: International Truth and Reconciliation2012/05/01
  494. Police Tape: From Rodney King to Aiyana Jones2012/04/24
  495. Bigger Than Hip-Hop: Youth Speakin' for Themselves2012/04/18
  496. Justice in the Home: Domestic Workers Re-define the Labor Movement2012/04/06
  497. Bees: The Threatened Link in Food Security ENCORE2012/04/03
  498. Cities Underwater: Venice and New Orleans Seek Solutions2012/03/27
  499. Justice For Sale: Glenn Greenwald on the Rule of Law2012/03/20
  500. Ban the Box! The Campaign for Post-Prison Employment2012/03/13
  501. The Light Inside: Giving Birth Behind Bars2012/03/05
  502. Drips of Change: Preserving Our Freshwater2012/02/28
  503. Capitalism Makes us Crazy: Dr Gabor Maté on Illness & Addiction2012/02/22
  504. How to Occupy the Economy, According to Richard Wolff2012/02/06
  505. Who Controls Black Women's Bodies? (Encore)2012/01/26
  506. Tariq Ali on the Rise of the "Extreme Center"2012/01/23
  507. How to Change a System: Occupy and the Question of Non-Violence2012/01/18
  508. Inside the Syrian Uprising2012/01/07
  509. Cornel West & Carl Dix: Pursuing Justice in the Age of Obama2012/01/02
  510. Looking Back, Moving Forward: 2011 Year in Review2011/12/26
  511. Melissa Harris-Perry: Confronting Stereotypes of the Black Woman2011/12/19
  512. Gang Injunctions: Problem or Solution?2011/12/09
  513. The Toxic Truth About Nail Salons (Encore)2011/12/01
  514. Occupy: From Encampments to a Movement2011/11/23
  515. Words As the Way to Freedom: Jimmy Santiago Baca2011/11/17
  516. Veterans of Occupation: From Iraq to Wall Street2011/11/03
  517. Who Controls Black Women's Bodies?2011/10/26
  518. Democratic Boundaries: Corporate Cash vs. the 99%2011/10/20
  519. Voices from the Diaspora: Resistance & Community 2011/10/19
  520. A Woman's Rise to Power: Struggle and Success2011/10/11
  521. Transforming the Trauma: Soldiers Stories2011/09/29
  522. Tales & Tools of Revolution: From Serbia to Egypt2011/09/22
  523. Bees: The Threatened Link in Food Security2011/09/21
  524. The War You Don’t See2011/09/08
  525. Presumed Guilty: American Muslims and Arabs (9-11 Encore Edition)2011/09/01
  526. Who Won the Egyptian Revolution?2011/08/25
  527. Christian Parenti: Unstable Climate, Unstable People2011/08/17
  528. Not My Zion: American Jews Divided on Israel and Palestine2011/08/15
  529. Being Black and Green: African-Americans & the Environment2011/08/08
  530. Remixing Revolution: Art, Music and Politics2011/07/30
  531. The Wisconsin Workers Uprising (Part 2)2011/07/17
  532. The Wisconsin Workers Uprising (Part 1)2011/07/17
  533. Women Rising XXI: Women’s Rights to Water, Land, and Farming2011/07/11
  534. Climate Change Gridlock: Where Do We Go From Here? (Part 2)2011/07/04
  535. Climate Change Gridlock: Where Do We Go From Here? (Part 1)2011/06/28
  536. Marching for Change: Street Bands in the U.S. (encore)2011/06/20
  537. Re-Humanizing Immigrants: Reflections by Maria Hinojosa2011/06/13
  538. Chris Hedges on the Myth of Human progress2011/06/07
  539. Seeking Justice and Police Accountability in Jamaica2011/05/31
  540. COINTELPRO 101 (Part 2) 2011/05/23
  541. COINTELPRO 101 (Part 1)2011/05/18
  542. Breaking the Psychological Chains of Slavery (Correct version)2011/05/09
  543. Whose Newsroom is This? The US Media and Race2011/05/03
  544. The Costs of War: A Reflection on Eight Years in Iraq2011/04/26
  545. Cornel West, Paul Mason and Laura Flanders on Redefining Solidarity2011/04/19
  546. Redrawing Lines of Power: Redistricting 20112011/04/12
  547. Redrawing Lines of Power: Redistricting 2011 (for STATIONS)2011/04/12
  548. The Light Inside: Giving Birth Behind Bars2011/04/05
  549. The Light Inside: Giving Birth Behind Bars STATIONS2011/04/05
  550. Broken, Not Broke: The Economy According to Richard Wolff (for stations)2011/03/30
  551. Presumed Guilty: American Muslims and Arabs2011/03/23
  552. Presumed Guilty: American Muslims and Arabs (for stations)2011/03/22
  553. Egyptian Women on the Frontlines of Change2011/03/15
  554. Egyptian Women on the Frontlines of Change (for stations)2011/03/15
  555. Still 'Fracking': The Perils of Natural Gas Drilling2011/03/09
  556. Still "Fracking": The Perils of Natural Gas Drilling (for stations)2011/03/09
  557. Mad Journeys Into Mental Health (for stations)2011/03/02
  558. Mad Journeys Into Mental Health2011/03/01
  559. Wikileaks, Free Speech & the Future of the Internet2011/02/22
  560. Michelle Alexander on the New Jim Crow2011/02/15
  561. A Second Wind: Elders Act for Justice2011/02/08
  562. Changing the Climate on Climate Change2011/02/02
  563. The Toxic Truth About Nail Salons2011/01/26
  564. Sex, Lies, and the Classroom2011/01/18
  565. Avoiding A New Korean War2011/01/11
  566. Beyond Gay Marriage (Encore)2011/01/04
  567. Looking Back, Moving Forward: 2010 Year in Review2010/12/28
  568. How We Survive: The Currency of Giving [encore]2010/12/21
  569. Standing Up to Big Oil2010/12/13
  570. How Homelessness Became A Crime2010/12/06
  571. Facing Race in the Tea Party Era2010/11/26
  572. 47-10 How We Survive: The Recession Generation2010/11/24
  573. 46-10 Arizona's SB-1070: The Battle For Immigrant Rights2010/11/16
  574. 45-10 The Price of Nature: Buying Our Way Out of Climate Chaos?2010/11/09
  575. 44-10 The Presumption of Guilt: Charles Ogletree on the Arrest of Henry Louis Gates Jr. 2010/11/02
  576. 43-10 The New Face of Military Recruiting2010/10/26
  577. 42-10 California's Prop 19: The End of the War on Marijuana?2010/10/20
  578. #41-10 Robert Fisk: The Terror of Power and the Power of Terror2010/10/12
  579. #40-10 Protagonists for Change: Women Against Violence in Latin America2010/10/06
  580. 39-10 The Sound of Change: Hip Hop in Cuba2010/09/29
  581. 38-10 Whose Water? The Struggle for Public Ownership of Freshwater2010/09/22
  582. 37-10 Marching for Change: Street Bands in the U.S.2010/09/14
  583. 36-10 Chile’s 9/11 [Encore]2010/09/07
  584. 35-10 Working Beyond Unions [Labor Day Special Encore]2010/08/31
  585. 34-10 Beyond BP: A Future Without Oil2010/08/25
  586. 33-10 Small Farms, Big Future2010/08/17
  587. 32-10 How We Survive: Getting Creative About Jobs2010/08/11
  588. 31-10 No 'Fracking' Way: The Perils of Natural Gas Drilling2010/08/04
  589. 30-10 Here Come Los Suns: Dave Zirin on Sports and Resistance2010/07/27
  590. 29-10 Oscar Grant and Police Accountability2010/07/20
  591. 28-10 Venezuela: Is the Bolivarian Revolution Working?2010/07/13
  592. 26-10 Lessons from Latin America2010/07/06
  593. 27-10 Crisis as Opportunity: Voices from the U.S. Social Forum2010/06/29
  594. 25-10 Immigrant Families Behind Bars (encore)2010/06/22
  595. 24-10 Working Beyond Unions2010/06/15
  596. 23-10 James Lawson: Non-Violent Warrior2010/06/08
  597. 22-10 Beyond Gay Marriage2010/06/01
  598. 21-10 Art in Action2010/05/25
  599. 20-10 The Road to Detroit: US Social forum 20102010/05/18
  600. 19-10 How We Survive: The Crisis in K-12 Education2010/05/09
  601. 18-10 Heavy Weather (Part II)2010/05/05
  602. 17-10 LGBTQ Immigrants Speak Out2010/04/27
  603. 16-10 Heavy Weather, Part 12010/04/20
  604. 15-10 Tax the Rich, Help Save America2010/04/14
  605. 14-10 Can American Journalism Be Saved?2010/04/06
  606. 13-10 'Soul of a Citizen'2010/03/30
  607. 12-10 ‘Race, Immigration and the Fight for an Open Internet’2010/03/23
  608. 11-10 Back from Copenhagen: Moving Climate Justice Forward2010/03/16
  609. 10-10 Color Lines: Race and Economic Recovery2010/03/09
  610. 09-10 Dr. Joanna Macy: Gifts of Uncertainty2010/03/02
  611. 08-10 How We Survive: The 'Crisis' in Public Education2010/02/24
  612. 07-10 Redefining Human Rights: The Case for Food, Health Care & Housing2010/02/16
  613. 06-10 A Chronology of Capitalism2010/02/09
  614. 05-10 The Crisis Made in Haiti2010/02/03
  615. 04-10 Immigration Reforms: How a Broken System Breaks Communities2010/01/26
  616. 03-10 Hyde-ing the Right to Choose2010/01/20
  617. 02-10 Women Rising XX: Leaders Struggling with War2010/01/13
  618. 01-10 How We Survive: The Currency of Giving2010/01/06
  619. 52-09 Looking Back, Moving Forward: 2009 in Review2009/12/30
  620. 51-09 Cracking the Coup in Honduras2009/12/23
  621. 50-09 Settlers or Meddlers? A Divided Palestine2009/12/16
  622. 49-09 How We Survive in these Economic Times2009/12/09
  623. 48-09 Trade Shifts: Reflections on the Seattle WTO Protests2009/12/03
  624. 47-09 Native Harvest for a Modern World2009/11/26
  625. 46-09 The Will to Resist: Dahr Jamail on U.S. Soldiers and Iraq2009/11/18
  626. 45-09 How We Survive: Sprouting Up in Empty Breadbaskets2009/11/11
  627. 44-09 The Mission to End Prohibition2009/11/04
  628. 43-09 La Llorona: An Evolving Myth (encore)2009/10/28
  629. 42-09 Immigrant Families Behind Bars2009/10/21
  630. 41-09 American Peace Activists on the Streets of Kabul2009/10/14
  631. 40-09 How We Survive: Predatory 'Mending'2009/10/07
  632. 39-09 Tapped Out: Clean Water in Peril2009/09/30
  633. 38-09 My T-Shirt Says it All2009/09/24
  634. 37-09 Women in Sports: Separate and Not Equal2009/09/17
  635. 36-09 How We Survive: Renters, Rights and Resistance2009/09/10
  636. 35-09 Still Looking for the Union Label2009/09/03
  637. 34-09 How We Survive: The Deepening Homelessness Crisis (encore)2009/08/27
  638. 33-09 Swimming Upstream: Can Our Rivers Be Saved?2009/08/20
  639. 32-09 Breaking through the Blue Wall of Silence2009/08/13
  640. 31-09 How We Survive: Resisting Foreclosures2009/08/06
  641. 30-09 Guard Us All? Immigrant Women and the HPV Vaccine2009/07/30
  642. 29-09 Gay Rights in India: The Struggle Continues2009/07/22
  643. 28-09 Many Voices for a Single-Payer System2009/07/15
  644. 27-09 Redefining Black Power in the Age of Obama2009/07/08
  645. 26-09 The War Comes Home: Washington's Battle Against America's Veterans (encore)2009/07/01
  646. 25-09 The Greening of America: A New Deal for Everyone?2009/06/24
  647. 24-09 Neither Here Nor There: Bhutanese Refugees in the U.S. 2009/06/17
  648. 23-09 Growin’ Up, Comin’ Out, Speakin’ Proud2009/06/10
  649. 22-09 Survivors of Solitary Confinement2009/06/03
  650. 21-09 Many Lines of Fire: Women at War (encore)2009/05/27
  651. 20-09 A Chronology of Capitalism2009/05/20
  652. 19-09 The War Dance of the Winnemem Wintu2009/05/13
  653. 18-09 A Report Back from the World Water Forum2009/05/06
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