Jan Haaken interviews Carole Joffe., professor at the Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health and author of path-breaking books on the abortion rights movement and anti-choice politics. She gives her take on the State of the Abortion Rights movement (playing on Obama's talk to the nation on Tuesday), including a recent wave of creative organizing among young people--and groups like All Above All.
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On this day commemorating the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr., Old Mole Bill Resnick is joined by Jesse Hagopianto talk about how King has been made into a harmless campaigner against racial injustices that are no longer with us. Hagopian teaches at Garfield High School in Seattle where he has developed lesson plans for teaching the radical MLK who stood firmly against the Vietnam war and against capitalism. He has also led the movement against high stakes testing in the schools. For more about him, see his website and blog. 14:06 minutes (9.69 MB)
While a group of armed antigovernment militants casually tears down fences and accesses personal and official files in their second week of occupying the Malheur Wildlife Refuge offices in Eastern Oregon, another group of protestors in Seattle goes on trial for blocking a mile-long oil train in September, 2014.
56:16 minutes (77.27 MB)
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