Unedited and uninterrupted version of host Kathleen Stephenson speaking with TerryTempestWilliams, naturalist, author and fierce advocate for freedom of speech. Terry Tempest Williams shows us how environmental issues are social issues that ultimately become matters of justice.
In this interview Willaims discusses her new book When Women Were Birds: Fifty-four Variations on Voice, a lyrical and caring meditation on the mystery of her mother's journal and what it means to have a voice.
Kathleen Stephenson speaks with Chris Cannon, co-author of America, but Better: The Canada Party Manifesto about the new satirical political party and its CANADAcy for president of the United States.
Chris Cannon and co-author Brian Calvert say that as the American election increasingly resembles a production of CATS performed by actual cats, U.S. citizens are looking for a new leader. That leader is Canada, and they want your vote for president of the United States.