Archive for June 2018

The Resistance (or Lack of It) in Affluent Westchester: A Field Report from Local Organizers and Activists Brook Packard and Susan Rubin uncovering the suppression of Democracy by invisible, corrupted elects, and the privileged inert in a county with the highest property taxes in the US— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy


When Cops Arrest Journalists for Doing Their Job: Listen to Michael Nigro, photojournalist, reporter, and documentary filmmaker who is currently covering  the Poor People’s Campaign on TruthDig, in conversation with Alison Rose Levy, about his unwarranted arrest, the war on the free press, and the need for Americans to listen to the voices and concerns of ordinary people, especially to the deprivations imposed on people at the lower economic strata. 

One State More: Political analyst and organizer, Jeanne-Marie Dauray, discusses the surprising, but welcome recent ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA) in Illinois, discussing why women need equal rights, now more than ever, as well as the prospects for its passing in just more state, (Illinois? North Carolina?) and what we can do to help— in conversation with Alison Rose Levy. 

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