9:10 - Historian Heather Ann Thompson revisits the Attica prison uprising of 1971.
Heather is author of the book Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and Its Legacy from Pantheon.
10:00 - Kate Shea Baird and Steve Hughes tour the radical politics of Spain's rebel cities.
Kate and Steve wrote the article America needs a network of rebel cities to stand up to Trump at Medium.
10:35 - Sarah Jumping Eagle reports from the frontlines of the #NoDAPL fight at Standing Rock.
Sarah will be updating us on the struggle for water and land she last talked about with us in September.
11:05 - Author Annie McClanahan explores debt's influence on 21st century American culture.
Annie is author of Dead Pledges Debt, Crisis, and Twenty-First-Century Culture from Stanford University Press.
12:05 - Jacobin editor Seth Ackerman sketches the blueprints for a working class political party.
Seth wrote the article A Blueprint for a New Party in the latest issue of Jacobin.
12:45 - Jeff Dorchen hearkens back to the days when dressing a pig up as the Kaiser was a big deal.
I don't know enough about pigs or German history to understand what this means, sorry reader.