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Coming Out On the Field: ‘Mario’ Confronts Taboo in Men’s Sports by Gordon Glasgow

12/5/2018
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Author Gordon Glasgow reviews the film Mario by director Marcel Gisler. You can find his article in the November issue of The Indypendent or at https://bit.ly/2KXANmR

Duration:00:06:05

Orphaned By Hate by Chelsey Sanchez

12/5/2018
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Author Chelsey Sanchez reports on Movement for Justice in El Barrio’s fourth action in front of the Cayuga Center, You can find his article in the November issue of The Indypendent or at https://bit.ly/2RqQPHZ To support this podcast and our publication, it´s as easy as visiting our Patreon page and becoming a monthly subscriber. bit.ly/2xsDpR

Duration:00:04:44

Why Reds Were Better in Bed by Ann Schneider

12/5/2018
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Ann Schneider reviews the book Why Women Have Better Sex Under Socialism by Kristen R. Ghodsee You can find his article in the November issue of The Indypendent or at https://bit.ly/2PVt3H4 To support this podcast and our publication, it´s as easy as visiting our Patreon page and becoming a monthly subscriber. bit.ly/2xsDpR

Duration:00:06:16

We Review The Problems With The MTA And The Success of ALMO In Mexico

12/4/2018
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On this week's Indy Radio News aired on WBAI 99.5 FM on 12/04/2018 we talk to NYC subway journalist Aaron W. Gordon. On the second half of the show we talk about Mexico's recent elections wtih Laura Carlsen, the Director of the Americas Program in Mexico City. To read more of The Indypendent's coverage on ecology go to bit.ly/2pe44gQ

Duration:00:28:06

When They Hate You For Being A Jew by Steven Wishnia

11/30/2018
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You can find his article in the November issue of The Indypendent or on at https://bit.ly/2DnLJbN To support this podcast and our publication, it´s as easy as visiting our Patreon page and becoming a monthly subscriber. bit.ly/2xsDpR

Duration:00:07:08

The Midterms Only Deepened America’s Divide by Nicholas Powers

11/30/2018
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Author Nicholas Powers takes a look back at the midterm elections and the rise and fall of the Blue Wave. You can find his article in the November issue of The Indypendent or at https://bit.ly/2OU4m9b To support this podcast and our publication, it´s as easy as visiting our Patreon page and becoming a monthly subscriber. bit.ly/2xsDpR

Duration:00:11:15

Mexico’s AMLO Bucks The Right Wing Trend, But Will He Buck The System?

11/30/2018
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Author Laura Carlsen reviews Andrés Manuel López Obrador triumph in Mexico. You can find his article in the November issue of The Indypendent or on at https://bit.ly/2qOqI2q To support this podcast and our publication, it´s as easy as visiting our Patreon page and becoming a monthly subscriber. bit.ly/2xsDpR

Duration:00:00:09

Mexico’s AMLO Bucks The Right Wing Trend, But Will He Buck The System?

11/30/2018
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Mexico’s AMLO Bucks The Right Wing Trend, But Will He Buck The System? by The Indypendent

Duration:00:00:09

Caguas, Puerto Rico: Squatter City by Erin Sheridan

11/29/2018
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Against a backdrop of gentrification, austerity and hurricane wreckage, these activists aren’t just rebuilding their city, they’re reimagining it. You can find his article in the November issue of The Indypendent or on at https://bit.ly/2PEEJi7 To support this podcast and our publication, it´s as easy as visiting our Patreon page and becoming a monthly subscriber. bit.ly/2xsDpR

Duration:00:12:37

Journalist Kate Aronoff Walks Us Through The Green New Deal (Aired on WBAI 99.5)

11/27/2018
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On this week's Indy Radio News aired on WBAI 99.5 FM on 11/19/2018 we talk to journalist Kate Aronoff about the Green New Deal that is being impulsed by rep. elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and minority leader of the house of representatives Nancy Pelosi. To read more of The Indypendent's coverage on ecology go to bit.ly/2pe44gQ

Duration:00:12:06

What Is The Best New Deal For Our Environment? (Aired on 11/26 on WBAI 99.5)

11/27/2018
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On this week's Indy Radio News aired on WBAI 99.5 FM on 11/19/2018 we talk to journalist Kate Aronoff about the Green New Deal that is being impulsed by rep. elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and minority leader of the house of representatives Nancy Pelosi. On the second part of the show we talk to senior organizer of Food and Water Watch, Eric Weltman about the dangers of fracking and the Delaware River Basin. To read more of The Indypendent's coverage on ecology go to https://bit.ly/2pe44gQ

Duration:00:27:15

What Will Happen When Amazon Sets Up Its Headquarters In Queens? (Aired on WBAI 99.5)

11/20/2018
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On this week's Indy Radio News aired on WBAI 99.5 FM on 11/19/2018 we look into the possible effects that Amazon's headquarters might have in the Long Island City community with Deborah Alexander, co-president of the community education for District 30. We talk to journalist Hanna Brooks Olsen about the impact of Amazon on in Seattle and its community. Finally, we ask Peter Rugh, associate editor of The Indypendent who has done extensive coverage on Amazon, what can residents from Long...

Duration:00:28:48

Why Is The Migrant Caravan So Important? (Aired on WBAI 99.5)

11/13/2018
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On this week's Indy Radio Show aired on WBAI 99.5 FM on Monday, November 12th we talk to Mexico based Journalist and filmmaker James L. Fredrick, the collective Pueblo Sin Fronteras and freelance reporter Maya Averbuch who is on the ground in Mexico. To read The Indypendent's full coverage on the Migrant Caravan go to https://bit.ly/2NlAfrW

Duration:00:29:11

We talk to L.A. Kauffman about her latest book 'How To Read A Protest' (Aired on WBAI 99.5 on 11/5)

11/7/2018
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We talk to longtime grassroots organizer and journalist L.A. Kauffman about her new book, “How To Read a Protest: The Art of Organizing and Resistance” that explores what protests accomplish and how. (Find our whole show on the Indy Radio News list on Soundcloud) To read our interview with author L.A. Kauffman go to https://bit.ly/2RmPZfy

Duration:00:08:16

The Importance Of The Midterm Elections. We talk to author L.A. Kauffman & journalist Ross Barkan

11/6/2018
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On this week's Indy Radio News aired on WBAI 99.5 FM on 11/05/2018 with journalist Ross Barkan and author L.A. Kauffman We talk to longtime grassroots organizer and journalist L.A. Kauffman about her new book, “How To Read a Protest: The Art of Organizing and Resistance” that explores what protests accomplish and how. In the second half Ross Barkin, award-winning journalist, novelist and recently a candidate in State Senate District 22 in South Brooklyn about how Tuesday midterm election...

Duration:00:26:36

What Can We Learn From The History Of The GOP? We talk to editor John Tarleton

11/5/2018
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In the second half of the Indy Radio News show, we’re joined by John Tarleton, editor-in-chief of The Indypendent. He wrote an article for this month’s issue of the Indy that looks at how the Republican Party has gained power over the past half-century. It’s called “The Long Game: What The Left Can Learn From The GOP’s Rise To Power.” To read from John Tarleton's article go to https://bit.ly/2NCTFXY

Duration:00:09:52

We review the shooting in a Synagogue in Pittsburgh & talk to Greg Palast about voter suppression

11/1/2018
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On this week's Indy Radio Show aired on WBAI 99.5 FM on 10/29/2018 we talked to investigative journalist and director of the groundbreaking film ‘The Best Democracy Money Can Buy’ to talk to us about voter suppression.

Duration:00:20:41

How I Fought My Rapists & Won by Carol Lipton

11/1/2018
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The best way to stop rape in our culture would be for men and boys to stop raping. In the meantime, we women have to be ready to defend ourselves though, depending on circumstances, it’s not always possible. You can find his article in the October issue of The Indypendent or on our website bit.ly/2P6ZO09 To support this podcast and our publication, it´s as easy as visiting our Patreon page and becoming a monthly subscriber. bit.ly/2xsDpR https://bit.ly/2Okg69G

Duration:00:04:53

Marc Ribot’s New and Vintage ‘Songs of Resistance’ by Brady O'Callahan

11/1/2018
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The labor movement had “Solidarity Forever.” Civil Rights had “Mississippi Goddam,” “Strange Fruit” and the spirituals activists sang with linked arms in the streets. Black Lives Matter adopted Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright.” “Every movement which has ever won anything has had songs,” says Marc Ribot in promotional materials introducing his new record, Songs of Resistance 1942-2018. Of course. You can find his article in the October issue of The Indypendent or on our website...

Duration:00:05:30

We review voter suppression techniques and lessons we can learn from the GOP's history

10/30/2018
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On this week's Indy Radio Show aired on WBAI 99.5 FM on 10/29/2018 we talked to investigative journalist and director of the groundbreaking film ‘The Best Democracy Money Can Buy’ to talk to us about voter suppression. In the second half of the show, we’re joined by John Tarleton, editor-in-chief of The Indypendent. He wrote an article for this month’s issue of the Indy that looks at how the Republican Party has gained power over the past half-century. It’s called “The Long Game: What The...

Duration:00:29:58