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9:20 - Journalist Sharon Lerner investigates the global environmental disaster of plastic waste.

Sharon wrote the article Waste Only: How the Plastics Industry is Fighting to Keep Polluting the World for The Intercept

 

10:05 - Sociologist Anne Nassauer examines power and violence in political protests.

Anne wrote the book Situational Breakdowns: Understanding Protest Violence and other Surprising Outcomes for Oxford University Press.

 

11:05 - Law scholar Jack Jackson explains how the American right seized power beyond law.

Jack is author of the book Law Without Future: Anti-Constitutional Politics and the American Right from University of Pennsylvania Press.

 

12:10 - Former autoworker Thomas Adams explores a history of concession and class betrayal from UAW leadership.

Thomas wrote the article A tale of corruption by the United Auto Workers and the Big Three American automakers for Monthly Review.

 

12:45 - In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen wonders if it's worth having heroes.


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9:20 - Journalist Brian Hioe reports on Hong Kong's protest movement after defeating the extradition bill.

Brian wrote the article Withdrawal of the extradition bill in hong kong is likely too little, too late to put an end to protests for New Bloom.

 

10:05 - Writer Alex Adams examines our fictional justification for real life torture policies.

Alex is author of the book How to Justify Torture: Inside the Ticking Bomb Scenario from Repeater Books.

 

11:05 - Activist Keir Milburn explains how left politics opened up for a generation of young people.

Keir is author of the book Generation Left from Polity.

 

12:10 - Therapist Jonathan Foiles explores the trauma of daily life in urban America.

Jonathan is author of the book This City Is Killing Me: Community Trauma and Toxic Stress in Urban America from Belt Publishing.

 

12:45 - In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen refuses to take a dive.


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9:20 - Writer Richard Hunsinger sees the future of capitalism in America's migrant concentration camps.

Richard wrote the article Holocaust Capitalism for Cosmonaut.

 

10:00 - Writer Richard Seymour explains what social media is consuming when we consume social media.

Richard is author of the new book The Twittering Machine from The Indigo Press.

 

11:05 - Sociologist Adia Harvey Wingfield examines the labor of Black healthcare workers under racial outsourcing.

Adia is author of the new book Flatlining: Race, Work, and Health Care in the New Economy from University of California Press.

 

12:10 - Historian Aviva Chomsky looks at what the Green New Deal is, and isn't, and could be.

Aviva wrote the article Jobs, the Environment, and a Planet in Crisis for TomDispatch.

 

12:45 - In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen looks too closely at spiders.


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9:20 - Environmental historian Bathsheba Demuth explores the long history of the Bering Strait.

Bathsheba is author of Floating Coast: An Environmental History of the Bering Strait from Norton Books.

 

10:10 - P.E. Moskowitz examines the problems with free speech in an unfree world.

P.E. is author of The Case Against Free Speech: The First Amendment, Fascism, and the Future of Dissent from Bold Type Books.

 

10:45 - In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen wonders if maybe it's time we gave the fascists another chance.

I just paste what he sends me folks.

 

11:10 - Historian Ibram X. Kendi looks to an antiracist society, and the path towards it.

Ibram is author of How To Be An Antiracist from One World Literature. 

 

12:00 - Writer / podcaster Katie Halper examines the New York Times's anti-Sanders campaign.

Katie wrote the articles Sydney Ember’s Secret Sources and  MSNBC’s Anti-Sanders Bias Makes It Forget How to Do Math for FAIR.

 

12:30 - Live from Sao Paulo, Brian Mier reports from under the cloud of the burning Amazon.

Brian wrote the article The Day the Sky Went out for Brasilwire.


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9:20 - Our Man in San Juan, Dave Buchen reports on the rollercoaster that might become a revolution in Puerto Rico.

Dave wrote a short piece on Facebook about the protests, and will be reading a long piece on-air.

 

10:05 - Geographer Desiree Fields explores the mechanisms of exclusion and heirarchy in the digital housing market.

Desiree wrote the article Uploading Housing Inequality, Digitizing Housing Justice? for Public Books.

 

11:05 - Peace activist Kathy Kelly speaks for the victims of an omnicidal war machine - from Gaza to Kabul.

Kathy wrote the recent articles The Ongoing Dread in Gaza: So Many Names, So Many Lives and Remnants of War for Voices for Creative Nonviolence.

 

12:10 - Sociologist William I. Robinson points toward a new understanding of global capitalism in the 21st century.

William wrote the book Into the Tempest: Essays on the New Global Capitalism for Haymarket Books.

 

12:45 - In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen takes baby steps.


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9:20 - Journalist Brian Hioe reports on the mass protest wave against Hong Kong's extradition bill.

Brian wrote the article No End in Sight to Demonstrations in Hong Kong After Another Refusal by Lam to Withdraw Extradition Bill for New Bloom.

 

10:05 - Historian Raquel Varela explores the work and the workers behind Portugal's 1974 revolution.

Raquel is author of the book A People's History of the Portuguese Revolution from Pluto Press.

 

11:05 - Political scientist Steven Davis explains what people lose when public land is privatized.

Steven is author of the book In Defense of Public Lands: The Case against Privatization and Transfer from Temple University Press.

 

12:10 - African American studies scholar Marquis Bey traces the fugitive politics of Blackness and queerness.

Marquis is author of the book Them Goon Rules: Fugitive Essays on Radical Black Feminism from University of Arizona Press.

 

12:45 - In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen tests your ornithological knowledge.


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9:20 - Energy researcher Simon Pirani explains how fossil fuels powered global capitalism and the climate crisis.

Simon is author of Burning Up: A Global History of Fossil Fuel Consumption from Pluto Press.

 

10:05 - Cultural critic Henry Giroux surveys a political horizon of hate, brutality and populist authoritarianism.

Henry is author of The Terror of the Unforeseen from Los Angeles Review of Books.

 

11:05 - Historian Gerald Horne explores a century of international struggle against apartheid and Jim Crow.

Gerald is author of White Supremacy Confronted: U.S. Imperialism and Anti-Communism vs. the Liberation of Southern Africa from Rhodes to Mandela from International Publishers.

 

12:10 - Policy analyst Daniel Kay Hertz examines the gentrification of Lincoln Park, and who got left behind.

Daniel is author of The Battle of Lincoln Park: Urban Renewal and Gentrification in Chicago from Belt Publishing.

 

12:45 - In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen wonders why the right thinks anyone cares about their feelings about the left.

 


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9:20 - Theorist Sophie Lewis explores surrogacy's place in a new, liberatory gestational politics.

Sophie is author of Full Surrogacy Now: Feminism Against Family from Verso.

 

10:05 - Writer Ben Burgis explains why and how the left should talk about leftism.

Ben is author of Give Them an Argument: Logic for the Left from Zero Books.

 

11:05 - Sociologist Esther Sullivan examines housing insecurity in America's mobile home parks.

Esther Sullivan is author of from Manufactured Insecurity: Mobile Home Parks and Americans’ Tenuous Right to Place from University of California Press.

 

12:10 - Journalist Eric Blanc explains what labor and the left can learn from striking teachers.

Eric is author of Red State Revolt: The Teachers’ Strike Wave and Working-Class Politics from Verso.

 

12:45 - In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen critiques our magical-thought-leaders.

 


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9:20 - Live from Caracas, journalist Lucas Koerner reports on the media disinformation campaign aimed at Venezuela.

Lucas wrote the article There’s Far More Diversity in Venezuela’s ‘Muzzled’ Media Than in US Corporate Press for FAIR.

 

10:05 - Activist Andy Thayer explains what LGBT activism has lost - and must relearn - since the Stonewall uprising.

Andy wrote the article Why Stonewall Matters Today for Jacobin.

 

11:05 - Organizer D Hunter explores struggle and solidarity on the wrong side of the class war.

D is author of Chav Solidarity. D is raising funds for Lumpen: A Journal of Poor and Working Class Writing. Help him out.

 

12:05 - Writer Nathaniel Rich traces a 40 year history of knowing everything and doing nothing about climate change.

Nathaniel is author of Losing Earth: A Recent History from MCD Books.

 

12:45 - In a Moment of Truth, Jeff Dorchen reviews the memes of the first Democratic debate.