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A podcast about people working for change and how that work, in turn, changes them.

A podcast about people working for change and how that work, in turn, changes them.
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Location:

Brooklyn, NY

Description:

A podcast about people working for change and how that work, in turn, changes them.

Twitter:

@wagingnv

Language:

English


Episodes

Behind the hijinks, with Andy Bichlbaum of The Yes Men

6/4/2015
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Andy Bichlbaum discusses the new Yes Men movie and how his mischievous youth led to a life of hilarious, but highly effective, activism. http://wagingnonviolence.org/feature/podcast-behind-the-hijinks-with-andy-bichlbaum-of-the-yes-men

Duration: 00:44:05


Frida Berrigan on the joys of parenting and activism

2/28/2015
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In this episode of We Are Many, Frida Berrigan reads excerpts from her new book and talks about the joys of parenting and activism. http://wagingnonviolence.org/feature/podcast-frida-berrigan-joys-parenting-activism

Duration: 00:34:51


From Montgomery to Ferguson

12/29/2014
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In this episode of We Are Many, hear a conversation between civil rights movement veteran David Hartsough and Ferguson activist Rev. Osagyefo Uhuru Sekou. http://wagingnonviolence.org/feature/podcast-montgomery-ferguson/

Duration: 01:04:21


A long journey to freedom

10/22/2014
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Anti-apartheid activist Mkhuseli Jack's personal journey from near slavery to revered movement leader is one fueled by relentless optimism.

Duration: 00:13:01


Indefinite detention, indefinite protest

4/22/2013
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While most Americans have learned to forget, or simply give up on the Guantánamo chapter ever ending, a small band of activists have kept the issue alive. Known for donning orange jumpsuits and black hoods, and parading around the nation’s capital, these activists are the only form of domestic resistance continually raising this issue. But why do they do it? Why, when there are so many other injustices to confront — injustices that involve more than 166 people on some distant strip of land...