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April 5, 2021
The General, the Mistress, and the Love Stories That Blind Us
Vernadette Vicuña Gonzalez discusses her new book on Isabel Cooper, a Filipina American actress and Douglas MacArthur’s lover.
April 2, 2021
Migrant Massage Workers Don’t Need to Be Rescued
Wu, a member of the sex worker collective Red Canary Song, discusses body work at the intersection of class, race, gender, and whorephobia.
March 29, 2021
Abolition Is a Collective Vision: An Interview With Mariame Kaba
A conversation about how the pandemic has raised the stakes for the abolition movement, collective care, and a world without prisons.
March 25, 2021
The Debt We Owe Edward Said
A conversation with biographer Timothy Brennan about the enduring political and intellectual legacy of the Palestinian thinker.
March 24, 2021
The Modi Government Is a Regime of Low-Intensity Terror
Stanford University anthropologist Thomas Blom Hansen discusses the rise of anger, brutality, and violence in Indian public life.
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March 22, 2021
Representative Ro Khanna Explains Why He Called Out Biden’s Air Strike in Syria
“I thought it was so important that, early on, Congress take a stand.”
March 17, 2021
The History of Freedom Is a History of Whiteness
A conversation with Tyler Stovall about his recent book
and whether or not the legacy of liberty can break away from racial exclusion and domination.
March 15, 2021
How Black Women Musicians Defined What We Call Culture
A conversation with Daphne Brooks about her new book
Liner Notes for the Revolution
, a “counterhistory of popular music criticism.”
March 11, 2021
Vivian Gornick in Reverse
A conversation with the writer about her life and work.
March 1, 2021
‘Opponents of Medicare for All Are Deathly Afraid’
We talked to Dr. Abdul El-Sayed about M4A and building a movement in the wake of Biden’s victory.