In this episode are joined by author/editors Dan Berger and Emily K. Hobson and Barbara Smith of the Combahee River Collective to discuss the recently published book Remaking Radicalism edited by Berger and Hobson.
The book offers an incredible look into the vibrancy and diversity of movements on the left in the period. It features 164 written documents, 20 images, & 32 short essays that reflect a wide mix of organizations, campaigns, tactics, and visions from the period of 1973 to 2001.
In this episode we talk to Peter Cole, historian and author of Ben Fletcher, The Life and Times of a Black Wobbly.
Fletcher was among the most successful union organizers in the early 20th century, and a Black leader of the Local 8 union - a component of the Industrial Workers of the World -...
In this episode we talk to Dr. Rinaldo Walcott. Walcott is a Professor in the Women and Gender Studies Institute at the University of Toronto. Walcott is also the author of many books.
In this episode we primarily focus our conversation around Walcott’s two most recent books, On Property:...
In this episode we interview Black Panther Party and Black Liberation Army veteran Jalil Muntaqim. Muntaqim was political prisoner for nearly half a century due to his involvement in the liberation struggle.
Muntaqim talks about the Black Panthers, and many political prisoners still held in US...