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Jimi’s Pennies From Heaven by Brady O'Callahan

6/20/2018
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We review the latest album that has been found of Jimi Hendrix, Both Sides of the Sky.

Duration:00:05:48

The Protests in Gaza Are Not About to End by Alex Kane

6/20/2018
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The protests in Gaza are not about to end. You can find his article in the June issue of The Indypendent or on our website https://bit.ly/2x4dHHV 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:00:04:28

Life for Migrants After the Via Crucis Caravan to the US Border by Mariana Martínez Esténs

6/20/2018
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The Via Crucis caravan, organized with the help of the international volunteer organization Pueblo Sin Fronteras. It started March 25 in Tapachula, near the Guatemalan border, and quickly became an obsession of President Donald Trump and far-right media outlets, who depicted the immigrants as a mob threatening to invade the “homeland.” You can find his article in the June issue of The Indypendent or on our website https://bit.ly/2GOqoGr To support this podcast and our publication, it´s as...

Duration:00:08:39

Can We Talk About Something Else? by Danny Katch

6/20/2018
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The Democrats are obsessed with Russiagate at the expense of issues impacting people’s lives. You can find his article in the June issue of The Indypendent or on our website https://bit.ly/2xBTARS 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:00:07:30

Alexandria vs. Goliath by John Tarleton

6/12/2018
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez surpassed expectations, but can this democratic socialist defeat Boss Joe Crowley in their June 26 congressional primary? You can find his article in the June issue of The Indypendent or on our website https://bit.ly/2LWPgjl To support this podcast and our publication, it´s as easy as visiting our Patreon page and becoming a monthly subscriber. bit.ly/2xsDpR Photo by Elia Gran

Duration:00:30:37

Rojava, a Socialist-Feminist Bastion in Syria, is Under Siege by Meredith Tax

6/12/2018
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Author Meredith Tax reads her article on the latest update on one of the three cantons of the Democratic Federation of Northern Syria, Rojava. You can find his article in the June issue of The Indypendent or on our website https://bit.ly/2L7ppnj To support this podcast and our publication, it´s as easy as visiting our Patreon page and becoming a monthly subscriber. bit.ly/2xsDpR Photo by Joey L.

Duration:00:09:34

Black Jesus Will Save Your Soul by Nicholas Powers

6/7/2018
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Black Jesus Will Save Your Soul by Nicholas Powers by The Indypendent

Duration:00:09:55

A Teacher’s Education by Farid Nassif

6/5/2018
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Farid Nassif, college professor, tells us about his experience visiting different schools and the problems our current educational system encounters. You can find his article in the June issue of The Indypendent or on our website https://bit.ly/2soFhLs To support this podcast and our publication, it´s as easy as visiting our Patreon page and becoming a monthly subscriber. bit.ly/2xsDpR Illustration by Gino Barzizza.

Duration:00:19:11

After 47 Years Behind Bars, Will Jalil Muntaqim Go Free? by Messiah Rodes

6/5/2018
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It all started the night of May 21, 1971. 47 years later Jalil Muntaqim is still in jail, will he ever be free? You can find his article in the June issue of The Indypendent or on our website https://bit.ly/2LZyy2v To support this podcast and our publication, it´s as easy as visiting our Patreon page and becoming a monthly subscriber. bit.ly/2xsDpR Photo: HISTORY LESSON: Former Black Panther Jalil Muntaqim has taught black history courses to his fellow inmates in the New York State prison...

Duration:00:10:28

Jacked: Life is About to Get More Costly for NYC’s Rent-Stabilized Tenants

6/4/2018
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Georgia Kromei reports from this year's Rent Guidelines Board meeting. You can find his article in the June issue of The Indypendent or on our website https://bit.ly/2LfwUZl To support this podcast and our publication, it´s as easy as visiting our Patreon page and becoming a monthly subscriber. bit.ly/2xsDpR Why Run Primaries from The Left by Michae

Duration:00:06:20

Trump Help Hotline by Reverend Billy

6/3/2018
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This month Reverend Billy takes the Trump Help Hotline to a whole different level. Together with the 'Eagles Of Justice' comes up with an answer as they play, sing and preach it. On another notice, Reverend Billy and the 30 voice Stop Shopping Choir will appear on Tuesday, June 5th at Starr Bar (214 Starr Street near in Brooklyn). Doors open at 7 - the name of the show is "Trump and Evangelicals Go To Hell" - Admission is free and no-one turned away

Duration:00:05:52

Why Run Primaries from The Left by Michael Kinnucan

6/3/2018
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Powerful Democratic politicians hate being primaried from the left so much that even a very-long-shot challenge like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez against Joe Crowley or Cynthia Nixon against Andrew Cuomo can really fuck with their heads. Why? You can find his article in the May issue of The Indypendent or on our website https://bit.ly/2LWPgjl 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:00:03:19

Marx is Back by Steven Sherman

5/29/2018
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Steven Sherman reviews Mike Davis' latest book, Old Gods, New Enigmas 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:00:08:03

A More Complex Portrait of Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights Movement by Steven Sherman

5/18/2018
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We review the book 'A History More Beautiful and Terrible: The Uses and Misuses of Civil Rights History' by Brooklyn College political scientist Jeanne Theoharis. To support this podcast and our publication, it´s as easy as visiting our Patreon page and becoming a monthly subscriber. bit.ly/2xsDpR Photo: Martin Luther King, Jr. speaking in Chicago, April 17, 1968. Credit: Ted Bell/Chicago Urban League Records, University of Illinois at Chicago Library.

Duration:00:07:55

WFP at a Crossroads by Michael Kinnucan

5/17/2018
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New York’s sort-of-third party has won some big victories in the past two decades but its future is uncertain after defying Andrew Cuomo and his labor allies to endorse Cynthia Nixon. You can find Michael's article in the May issue of The Indypendent or on our website https://bit.ly/2HgA1Pe Photo: Members of the Working Families Party together with the Association of Legal Aid Attorneys (UAW 2325) call for the removal of immigration officers from New York courts, March 15. Credit: Iryna...

Duration:00:06:08

The ABCs of Austerity: Adult Literacy Classes Face Budget Axe by Lydia McMullen-Laird

5/17/2018
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An additional $12 million was added last year for adult literacy programs, but advocates are worried some programs may be in jeopardy after the release of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s preliminary budget for the 2019 fiscal year failed to include the additional funding. You can find his article in the May issue of The Indypendent or on our website https://bit.ly/2KhYC8g To support this podcast and our publication, it´s as easy as visiting our Patreon page and becoming a monthly subscriber....

Duration:00:04:25

ICE Breakers: Public Defenders are Standing Up for their Undocumented Clients in More Ways than One

5/4/2018
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The increasing detention of undocumented immigrants inside New York City courthouses is spurring protests from the public defenders who represent them. Immigrants make up a large percentage of public defender clients and their attorneys say Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is violating their clients’ rights by preventing them from attending court hearings without fear of apprehension. You can find his article in the May issue of The Indypendent or on our website...

Duration:00:06:11

Six Months on, Many of Hurricane Maria’s Refugees Still Have No Place to Go by Erin Sheridan

5/4/2018
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Temporary housing in New York City for families who were evacuated from Puerto Rico are now being threatened with eviction. You can find his article in the May issue of The Indypendent or on our website https://bit.ly/2HCkU7d To support this podcast and our publication, it´s as easy as visiting our Patreon page and becoming a monthly subscriber. bit.ly/2xsDpRQ Photo by Erin Sheridan

Duration:00:07:01

The Trump Administration is Dismantling the Refugee Resettlement System by Richard Salame

5/4/2018
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April 1 marked the halfway point in the federal government’s fiscal year and, so far, the United States has only admitted 10,548 refugees, placing it on track to fall far short of its already record low admission ceiling of 45,000 individuals. Resettlement workers and refugee advocates say that this is further evidence of the Trump administration’s deliberate efforts to sabotage the refugee resettlement system now and for years to come. You can find his article in the April issue of The...

Duration:00:09:06

Seeing Green: A Developer Envisions 30-story Towers Near the Brooklyn Botanic Garden by Rico Cleffi

5/2/2018
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Megatowers, shady developers, community resistance — it’s a story so commonplace these days it is almost a bad joke. But this time the developers might be aiming a bit too high, pushing the community a little too far. #CrownHeights #BotanicGarden You can find his article in the April issue of The Indypendent or on our website https://bit.ly/2rg2rmJ To support this podcast and our publication, it´s as easy as visiting our Patreon page and becoming a monthly subscriber. bit.ly/2xsDpRQ

Duration:00:10:51