Our Radiozine guests today are Joshua Samuel Brown and Stephanie Huffman,
authors of the new book Formosa Moon, from Things Asian Press. Formosa Moon
is part memoir, part travel guide, in which Josh and Stephanie tell the story
of their move from Portland, Oregon to Taiwan ...
There were thousands of organizers, activists and local social justice
leaders around the world who died in 2018. People who may not have made the
headlines, but did crucial work in their local communities. As we do every
December, we bring you some of the voices and sto...
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Americas unwillingness to assess the ugly truth about systemic inequality has
created a perpetual sinkhole of denial. A reality that existed long before
Trumps presidency. Its AMERICAs Legacy.
On this edition, we hear from Dr. Michael Eric Dyson, professor of Sociology
Our monthly segment The F-word: The editors of Luqman Nation join us to talk
about open racists and fascists running for elected office in the U.S. and
examine how the Tea Party took over of the Republican Party. Also, Lydia
Curtis reports from the memorial service for A...
70 MILLION AMERICANS 18+ HAVE A CRIMINAL RECORD.
The first season of 70 Million will focus on how locals are addressing the
role of jails in their backyards. Reporters will travel around the country
and hear from people directly impacted by their encounter with jails and...