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Telling Stories Of The Syrian Civil War: Marwan Hisham & Molly Crabapple

Our wars abroad and our wars at home. This week on the show, acclaimed graphic artist Molly Crabapple and Syrian journalist Marwan Hisham joins...

All Families Belong Together: Immigration and Incarceration

Families torn apart at the border and through our prison system. Can we use this moment of public awareness to create change? Emani Davis,...

Web Exclusive: Movement Coalition Presents UN Human Rights Complaint For #FamiliesBelongTogether

In the midst of nation-wide outrage over the Trump administration's family separation policy, a coalition of New York City leaders and organizations came out...

Bodies, Borders, Resistance, Rebirth: Arundhati Roy

India in the throes of a fascism that echoes what we have in America. The country is undergoing a political upheaval with PM Modi...

​SPECIAL REPORT: Building The Democratic Economy, From Preston To Cleveland​

Two forms of government have dominated in the west over the last hundred years. In one big power is vested in the state, the...

EXCERPT – NY Public Bank Putting Communities Over Commodities

Resist. Protect. Build. Public Bank NYC's recent launch action with New York City organizations, including New York Public Interest Research Group; NY Communities for...

A Public Bank For Public Good!

What would students in debt, worker coops, and entrepreneurs stand to gain from a public bank in the financial capital of the world? This...

Outsider Power Shifts Insider Politics: Working Families’ Maurice Mitchell

Social movements and party politics - inherently at odds or natural allies? This week, in his first in-depth TV appearance, Maurice Mitchell, the new...

Christine Hong: Nuclear Brinkmanship Is Business As Usual For US-North Korea Relations

Christine Hong, board member of the Korea Policy Institute and an anti-war activist, on how the history of American militarization on the Korean peninsula...

Should Activists Run For Congress? – Pramila Jayapal & Dominique Stevenson

Activism in the community and in the halls of Congress. This week, our final interview from our Progressive Caucus Center Strategy Summit coverage with...

Worker Cooperatives And Democratizing Tech With Kayleigh Walsh

Outlandish is a worker cooperative making the world of tech a fairer place. Kayleigh Walsh joins us on this week's LF Show to discuss...

Making Data Shift Power: Bex Hong Hurwitz & Rashida Richardson

Self-driving cars, biased algorithms, and a social media quiz that scrapes your data -- it seems like the only tech headlines we have are...

“Indigenous People Are Marginalized In Almost All Development” – Indigenous Women Leaders At UNPFII

We speak to indigenous women leaders at the 17th session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII) at the UN Headquarters...

Communities Over Commodities: How To Get There?

Housing affordability and power by design? This week on the show, Monique George of Picture the Homeless and Gianpaolo Baiocchi from NYU's Urban Democracy...

Hujar, Wojnarowicz: Art, AIDS & Challenge Of Retrospection

1980’s Art – turbulent and provocative – arose out of the AIDS epidemic. Two major art exhibits on view in New York City –...

“Black Women are the Architects of Our Movements” with Agunda Okeyo

Black history month and women's history month are all year! We visit Women's March NYC's inaugural "daring discussions" event at Verso Books to take...

Workers, Wildcats & New Models For Labor Organizing

Laura talks to SEIU International President, Mary Kay Henry (of Service Employees) and labor journalist Sarah Jaffe about worker wins, challenges, and some new...

Taking Down The Confederacy — Symbol By Symbol

Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant has proclaimed April as Confederate Heritage Month, and many are protesting. Mississippi is the last state banner to feature confederate...

Bringing The Public Back To Public Art: Betty Yu, Charlotte Cohen, Amin Husain

Money for the arts. Where’s it come from? Where does it go? Every day there’s another multi-million dollar art auction. Art as a...

“Data Is The Currency Right Now.” – Michelle Miller Of CoWorker.org

When technology is being used to put workers out of jobs, what sorts of platforms put power back in the hands of workers? CoWorker.org...

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