Appears in 41 Episodes
Culture and Current Events
The war against critical race theory is a hot issue that people want to bury out of shame and guilt which unfortunately has been done already in some states. As we now...
Eyes on Policing
When dealing with progressive policies that not everyone who votes blue can agree with, it can feel like a huge mountain to overcome. When dealing with one of the most...
Red State Repro Justice
Regardless of which state you live in, blue or red, what’s happening in other states around the country directly affects you and those who can’t fight by themselves. I...
The Movement for Pro-Trans Legislation
✊🤖With the endless onslaught against trans people accumulating more and more in our legislation, it can be difficult to keep up with what our trans friends are facing ...
The Demandifesto For Access Now
Megan Lynch from UC Access details the fight for accessibility on college campuses and how you can get involved using their Demandifesto.
Civil Rights: Global and Insuppressible
Melanie Dione is joined by Christine Lu, who shares her perspective on the China and Taiwan conflicts, China’s rising aggression, protests, and U.S. railroad workers’ ...
Ría Thompson-Washington joins us and discusses the importance of knowing your voter's rights during this year's midterm election. Go vote!
Looking to the Past for the Present
As early voting begins for this midterm election, we revisit a variety of key moments surrounding the issues on this year's ballot.
Vote For My Child, If Not For Yourself
Activist Jess Craven shares what motivates her to keep fighting for the issues most important to her and how you can do the same.
Equity From the Farm to the Table
Kaleb J. Hill of Oko Vue Produce Co. explains the history of Black agriculture workers in the United States, the steps he and his peers are taking to stop the dwindlin...
Texas A&M: New Golden Age, Old White Supremacy
Ellis Howard and Jyothis James from Students for a Democratic Society discuss how Texas A&M's roots in white supremacy still linger on today and what they're doing to ...
#DayWithoutUs: I’m Telling Everybody
Leslie Mac, Tiffany Flowers, and Vilissa Thompson from Day Without Us discuss what this movement is and how you can get involved.
Authoritarianism in Democracy
How democracy finds itself in the crosshairs of authoritarianism, with special coverage of Taiwan.
Reworking the Poor Tax
Discussing how policies to combat homelessness further marginalize unhoused people.
How to Help a Neighbor
Revisiting the ongoing war in Ukraine, shining a light on the genocide in Tigray, and how to support your neighbors in need.
Follow the Money
Discussing corporate DE&I budgets and if the people those funds are meant to help are benefitting.
Erase Student Loan Debt
The weight of student loan debt and how it affects marginalized groups and young people in the United States.
Fight the Purge
In our 20th episode, we discuss purged voter rolls and which states are at the forefront.
Ukraine, SCOTUS, Anti-Trans Bills in Texas
Discussing the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the first black woman nominee to the Supreme Court, and the Anti-Trans bills in Texas.
Justice Beyond Punishment
Discussing prison abolition with this week’s returning guest Ría Thompson-Washington.
Understanding Defunding the Police
What defunding the police truly means, and what that could look like, with this week’s guest Ría Thompson-Washington.
Abortion Laws: Which Heartbeat Matters?
States’ inconsistent arguments against a women’s reproductive rights and protecting lives are dissected.
Redistricting: Unblurring the Lines
Unraveling the complexities of redistricting and revealing what communities are marginalized in the process along with this week’s guests: Diversity Matters.
Common Sense and the Hallway Commute
Teleworking is not only a strategy for lowering COVID exposure, it’s the business model of the future.
What Happens When Your Coup Fails
This week we cover the timeline, implications, and consequences of the January 6, 2021 insurrection.
Petitions and Protest
Learn the history of petitions and protests in the United States and worldwide; and how you can organize to make a difference.