Apr 23, 2019
Today we have a rather lengthy conversation with our Labor Issues Chair, Dr. Nick Partyka about the Cuban revolution, who Fidel Castro was as a person, and even delve into the revolutionary government and the history of LGBT people in revolutionary Cuba.
Apr 22, 2019
This month, we're focusing on Cuba and we have the honor of having Professor Aviva Chomsky on the show. Professor Chomsky is a professor of history and the Coordinator of Latin American, Latino, and Carribean Studies at Salem University.
In the show, we discuss the history of US-Cuban relations, specifically the embargo...
Mar 28, 2019
Today we sit down with Margaret Kimberley of Black Agenda Report to discuss the recent revelations in the Mueller report in addition to talking about the Russiagate narrative from a historical perspective and what it means for the future.
Feb 26, 2019
Today we chat with New Zealand-based writer and activist Chloe Ann King about her experience and struggles in the hospitality industry, fight for workers rights and unionization in that line of work, and if there are any political moves to aid the workers.
Feb 11, 2019
We chat with out Urban Issues Chair Sean Posey about his recent Truthout article, premiering on February 11, 2019, about the layoffs at General Motors, how its affecting workers in places likes Lordstown, Ohio, and the larger ripple effects on these communities.