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Nov 17, 2021

Today we sit down with journalist Sonali Kolhatkar to discuss the Great Resignation and its causes, the problems that workers are facing, and why we should be cautiously optimistic for the future.


Record Number of U.S. Workers are Quitting and Striking

Sonali Kolhatkar Twitter

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Sep 27, 2021

Today we sit and chat with our Labor Issues Chair, Dr. Nick Partyka to discuss authoritarianism. We delve into the definitions of the word, how such ideas can play into anti-socialism and anti-communism, and why anti-authoritarianism seems to be so prevalent in the American left.

Sep 22, 2021

Today we talk to Hampton's own Education Chair Derek Ford, about his most recent article on Liberation School discussing ideology, what it is, how Marx and his contemporaries differed in their view of ideology, and why it is important to today's political movements.



What Is Ideology by Derek Ford

Aug 9, 2021

Today we talk to a friend of mine, Elliot, about his interest and views on Buddhist thought, his own political views, and if there can be a gap bridged between religious and atheist leftists.

Jul 28, 2021

We sit down with Professor Aviva Chomsky to discuss the recent protests in Cuba, the history of Cuban racial unity and strife, and how the island nation is dealing Covid.


Episode #116: David, Goliath, and US-Cuban Relations with Aviva Chomsky

The Cuba Reader: History, Culture, and Politics

History of the Cuban...